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Ochagavía (en euskera y cooficialmente Otsagabia) es una villa y municipio español de la Comunidad Foral de Navarra, situado en la Merindad de Sangüesa, en el valle de Salazar, en la comarca de Roncal-Salazar y a 85 km de la capital de la comunidad, Pamplona. Su población en 2017 era de 534 habitantes. Las casas típicas de Ochagavía son de piedra, con tejados muy empinados a dos o a cuatro aguas, de teja plana con amplios portalones, ventana geminada y escudos. Las casas están separadas unas de otras por un espacio denominado etxekarte o belena. es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ochagavía Ochagavía (in Basque and co-officially Otsagabia) is a Spanish town and municipality of the Foral Community of Navarra, located in Merindad de Sangüesa, in the Salazar valley, in the Roncal-Salazar region and 85 km from the capital of the community , Pamplona. Its population in 2017 was 534 inhabitants. The typical houses of Ochagavía are made of stone, with very steep two- or four-sided roofs, flat tile with wide gates, twin windows and shields. The houses are separated from each other by a space called etxekarte or belena.



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