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Atlas of the Intangible Heritage of Andalusia

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Monumento a los Caleros de Morón 01.jpg

Revitalization of the traditional craftsmanship of lime-making in Morón de la Frontera, Seville, Andalusia

program to revitalize the practice of lime-making in Morón de la Frontera in Spain – Unesco ICH Good Safeguarding Practice inscribed in 2011
Flying over the Greenland Ice Sheet, July 2014.jpg

Shellfishing on foot in Doñana

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