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Recuca: Recorrido por la Cultura Cafetera (Quindio - Colombia)
Colombia
En Recuca los visitantes pueden meterse dentro de un cafetal como este y salir a recoger café, como las tradicionales chapoleras o recolectores colombianos, en un bello ejercicio de reconocimiento de la labor de recolección del café que todos los días tomamos.
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Uploaded: 22/11/2010
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