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Finca La Torre: entrada
Spain

Situada a 15 min. en coche del centro de Antequera, esta explotación agrícola se dedica al culotivo ecológico del olivo y a la extracción de su aceite desde tiempos inmemoriales.

Copyright: Antonio campos
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送信日: 22/11/2012
更新日: 27/11/2012
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Tags: aceite; oliva; ecologico; organic; olive; oil; almazara; cortijo
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