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Spain | Remains of 3,000-year-old winery should be made a cultural center, archaeologist says

AN almost 3,000-year-old secret winery buried in an Andalucian mountain is set to be transformed into a tourist centre.


What was once thought to be an ordinary hill covered in shrubs turned out to be hiding the oldest complete winery known in Western civilisation.


http://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news/2018/10/21/archaeologists-call-on-officials-to-turn-historic-andalucian-2300-year-old-winery-into-tourist-centre/

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