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Camprodon (height 988 m., population 2,308 in 1996) is a town in the comarca of Ripollès in Catalonia, Spain, on the Pyrenees near the French border. It is the birthplace of the musician Isaac Albéniz, and has a museum dedicated to him.


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CAMPRODON (Ripollès) Old village, capital of an extense municipality, located at a Pyrenees valley and surrounded by a smooth chain of mountains.
It is included in the current "Pla General de Camprodon", and in the "Catàleg i Pla Especial de Patrimoni de Camprodon" as part of the historic and artistic heritage.
Existing external and internal walls, made of stone and petrified lime mortar, stregthened with new ocre mortar and reinforced by concrete elements and wrought.
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The "Village of Camprodon" is in the centre of this valley.
"La Vall de Camprodon" is a valley situated in the eastern Pyrenees, at the Northwest of the Girona's province.
The township, situated a t the confluence of the river Ter and its tributary the Ritort, is arranged in a modern development.
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