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Del rec de Capellades conduïa l'aigua atraves del poble i la distribuïa als diferents usos, alimetar els molins paperers, el reg dels horts i el consum humà. L'elaboració de paper és una de les indústries més importants de la població. El Rec de Capellades conducia el agua atraves del pueblo y la distribuia a los diferentes usos, alimetar los molinos papeleros, el riego de los huertos y el consumo humano. La elaboración de papel es una de las industrias más importantes de la población.

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