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Molino 2 de la Caseria De Las Pozas
Spain

El molino de Afán o casería de las Pozas de Montoro (Cordoba) es una antigua fábrica de aceite de oliva. El mecanismo de prensa que utilizan las dos almazaras que forman parte de esta hacienda se denomina "de viga y quintal" y fué el sistema de prensa mas usado antes de la aparición de la prensa hidráulica con la revolución industrial.

Copyright: Antonio Campos
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Resolution: 15000x7500
Uploaded: 02/09/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014
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Tags: almazara; molino; olive olil; aceite; oliva; olive oil factory; factory
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