Sangüesa is a city in Navarre, Spain, 44.5 kilometers from Pamplona. It is close to the River Aragon and in 2007 had a population of 5128. It is located on the Way of Saint James. It has been an important stopping point for pilgrims since the Middle Ages. It has preserved its medieval image.
Sangüesa-Zangoza is the historic capital of one of the six Merindades into which the old Kingdom of Navarre was divided.
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