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La bassa capellades
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La Bassa de Capellades és un aflorament d'aigües subterrànies que prové de l'aqüífer de la comarca de l'Anoia que ha estat utilitzada, pels canals de reg, per proveir la important indústria paperera que ha estat present a la vila al llarg de la història. /  La Bassa de Capellades es un afloramiento de aguas subterráneas que proviene del acuífero de la comarca del Anoia que ha sido utilizada, por los canales de riego, para abastecer a la importante industria papelera que ha estado presente en la villa a lo largo de la historia.

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