The Gállego is a river in the Iberian Peninsula that flows through the Spanish community of Aragon. It is one of the main tributaries of the Ebro river and has a length of 193,2 km. Its curious name derives from the Latin name of its place of origin, Gaul (Francia): the Gallicus, the Gállego.


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