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Casa cafetera en Recuca
Colombia

En Recuca se puede apreciar una típica casa cafetera, pintada de vivos colores naranjas, junto con todo el proceso de producción del café colombiano: desde la siembra hasta la molida, pasando por el despulpe, la tostada...

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Uploaded: 28/11/2010
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: casa cafetera; recuca; quindio; triangulo del cafe; barcelona; eje cafetero; campo; campesino
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