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The acorn of the holm oak eaten by the Iberian pig giving the meat its distinctive taste

A vaulted ceiling made from bricks and plaster used in nearly all traditional Extremeños houses

The Holm Oak or Holly Oak, Quercus ilex, native to the Mediterranean region
and ubiquitous in Extremadura

Type of grazing land for cattle and especially the Iberian pig formed from grassland and holm oaks

People from the province of Extremadura

Teja curva
Simple curved terracotta roof tile common in Spain and much of the world

People from the town of Trujillo

Land within the peripheral urban remit of a village or town that receives the benefits of its electricity and water services. Often developed with speculative  housing estates

Policia Nacional
Police who deal with day-to-day matters


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