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Hiszpańska wieprzowina - Polaris (26)

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February 25, 2017 - Segovia, Spain: The gothic cathedral stands out the skyline line of Segovia at the foot of the Guadarrama mountains. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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02/25/2017-Navafria, Spain. Manolo Junior roasts two suckling pigs at his family restaurant, Lobiche, placed in Navafr?a, a small village 20 km away from Segovia city. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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February 25, 2017 - Segovia, Spain: The gothic cathedral of Segovia placed in its main square at the city center, where most roast suckling pig restaurants can be found. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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February 25, 2017 - Segovia, Spain: Fa?ade of the restaurant C?ndido, the pioneer chef who recovered and enhanced the roast suckling pig tradition, by the foot of the 1st century AD Roman Aqueduct in Segovia. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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February 25, 2017 - Segovia, Spain: The Roman Aqueduct in Segovia, thought to have been built during the 1st Century AD, is one of the many touristic attractions of the Spanish city. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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February 25, 2017 - Segovia, Spain: The Alc?zar of Segovia, literally "Segovian Fortress", is a castle built over a rocky crag in the XII Century, where the Queen Elizabeth the Catholic, founder of the current Spanish state, was crowned. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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February 25, 2017 - Segovia, Spain: The Alc?zar of Segovia, literally "Segovian Fortress", is a castle built over a rocky crag in the XII Century, where the Queen Elizabeth the Catholic, founder of the current Spanish state, was crowned. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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February 25, 2017 - Segovia, Spain: The Roman Aqueduct in Segovia, thought to have been built during the 1st Century AD, is one of the many touristic attractions of the Spanish city. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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February 25, 2017 - Segovia, Spain: A restaurant window displays fake suckling pigs and other local gastronomic products at the center of Segovia. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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February 25, 2017 - Segovia, Spain: The gothic cathedral of Segovia placed in its main square at the city center, where most roast suckling pig restaurants can be found. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Segovia, Spain. Jose Mar?a at his restaurant, placed in the heart of Segovia. Every day he talks to more than a hundred dinners who come to taste de Segovian Roast suckling pig. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Segovia, Spain. Jose Mar?a, the owner of the restaurant, supervises himself the quality of the suckling pigs and the whole process of roasting, every day. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Espirdo, Spain. New born suckling pigs nurse at a breeding center at the outskirts of Segovia. Each mother pig is placed in a cage within a larger box, so it can be surrounded by its litter without accidentally crushing on them. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Espirdo, Spain. Some suckling pigs seek heat under a lamp in a breeding center at the outskirts of Segovia. Each mother pig is placed in a cage within a larger box, so it can be surrounded by its litter without accidentally crushing on them. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Espirdo, Spain. Mother pigs that have recovered from labor are placed free in bigger boxes in a breeding pig center at the outskirts of Segovia. Felix, the owner, is a member of the Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association since its foundation. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Segovia, Spain. Jose Mar?a rests in his restaurant, placed in the heart of Segovia. Every day he talks to more than a hundred dinner who come to taste de Segovian Roast suckling pig. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Segovia, Spain.Jose Mar?a at his restaurant, placed in the heart of Segovia, performs the tradition of cutting the roast suckling pig with the edge of a plate. He repeats the ritual more than fifty times every day. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Segovia, Spain. Jose Mar?a at his restaurant, placed in the heart of Segovia, performs the tradition of cutting the roast suckling pig with the edge of a plate. He repeats the ritual more than fifty times every day. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Segovia, Spain. At Jose Mar?a Restaurant, located in the heart of Segovia, suckling pigs have been roasted after 3 hours in the oven. The restaurant served 165.000 meals last year. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Espirdo, Spain. New born suckling pigs at a breeding center at the outskirts of Segovia. Felix, the owner, is a member of the Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association since its foundation. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Espirdo, Spain. Felix, owner of a pigs breeding center at the outskirts of Segovia, checks suckling pigs while they nurse at the labor room. Each mother pig is placed in a cage within a larger box, so it can be surrounded by its litter without accidentally crushing on them. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Espirdo, Spain. Some suckling pigs nurse while others seek heat under a lamp in a breeding center at the outskirts of Segovia. Each mother pig is placed in a cage within a larger box, so it can be surrounded by its litter without accidentally crushing on them. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Segovia, Spain.A cook at Jose Mar?a restaurant, located in the heart of Segovia, roasts dozens of suckling pigs every day. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Segovia, Spain. At Jose Mar?a Restaurant, located in the heart of Segovia, suckling pigs are received every day early in the morning. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Segovia, Spain.Traditional oven to roast suckling pigs at Jose Mar?a restaurant, located in the heart of Segovia. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)
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01/19/2017-Segovia, Spain. At Jose Mar?a Restaurant, located in the heart of Segovia, suckling pigs are prepared to be roasted every day early in the morning. The secret: a traditional clay oven tray and some salt. The Segovian Roast Suckling Pig Association is working to have its product declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. (Rafa Salafranca/Polaris)