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Casería de las Pozas o Molino de Afán
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La Casería de Las Pozas o Molino de Afán es una antigua factoría de elaboración de aceite de oliva dotada de un sistema de prensa llamado "de viga y quintal" cuyo funcionamiento d¡se basa en la ley de la palanca.

Este sistema fué muy usado durante los siglos XVII al XIX y fué desplazado por la prensa hidráulica, que apareció con la revolución industrial.

Esta finca tiene dos almazaras independientes, siendo esta la mas pequeña y en ella ha desaparecido una de las prensas, quedando sólo una.

Copyright: Antonio campos
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Uploaded: 05/06/2012
Updated: 13/06/2012
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Tags: factory; olive; oil; fábrica; aceite; oliva; prensa; viiga; quintal
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