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Molino de Afán: zona de prensa
Spain

Antigua almazara con prensa de viga y quintal: en esta panorámica podemos ver la zona de prensado que es donde se ponía la pasta de aceitunas procedente de la molturación para ser exprimida mediante la presión ejercida por la viga.

Copyright: Antonio campos
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11494x5747
Uploaded: 02/06/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014
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Tags: olive; oil; factory; almazara; prensa; viga; quintal; aceite; oliva
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