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Casería de las Pozas
Spain

En el término municipal de montoro se encuentra la Casería de las Pozas, o Molino de Afán, una antigua fábrica de aceite con un sistema de prensa llamado "de viga y quintal". Este es el patido, donde se almacenaba la aceituna hasta la molturación.

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Uploaded: 25/05/2012
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Tags: olive; oil; factory; cortijo; almazara; aceite; oliva
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