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Historic 7th-century cellar in Spain renovated to celebrate the history of wine-making

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 14, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Lidija Grozdanic last modified May 13, 2016

This old cellar of a 7th-century landmark building in Spain was converted into a beautiful gallery space showcasing the local history of wine making. Local architecture firm INMAT Arquitectura developed the project, funded by the European Union, as a 342-square-meter (3681-square-feet) space dominated by rows of large, terra-cotta wine jars. The project is located within 'Casa de la Tercia' building, constructed in the 7th century in Cehegin, in Murcia. It reorganized the space which previously...






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