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Feria muestras Torrelavega :: www.CantabrU.com
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Conocido en sus inicios como Azucarera Montañesa, y posteriormente como Lechera Montañesa, hoy se llama cariñosamente La Lechera al actual Recinto de Feria de Muestras de Cantabria el cual cuenta con una extensión interior de 5.000 metros cuadrados, y una superficie exterior de 23.000. El Recinto Ferial alberga numerosas exposiciones de diversa índole, como automoción, antigüedades o tecnología. También realiza periódicamente mercados de exposición y venta, y ocasionalmente conciertos. Reciéntemente se ha llegado al acuerdo (no sin polémica) de cerrar las instalaciones por las pérdidas anuales que se derivaban de las mismas.

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