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Can anyone help me identify this tree?

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We have just come back from a holiday in the north of Spain, Midi-Pyrenees and the Dordogne.

We noticed large numbers of a large very pretty tree which had long hanging branches of white flowers (looked like laburnum flowers but white not yellow). The leaves were divided up into smaller leaflets, just like Ash.

In places there were so many of the trees that the hillsides looked white.

I've not been able to identify this tree. Can anyone help out. It must be a native as it there was so much of it everywhere.

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