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The old tonnara (tuna factoy) of Cape San Vito

The old Tonnara (Tuna factory) of Cape San Vito is one ofe the most old building of the entire area. The first signs are 2000 years old. Originally hera there was a GARUM factory. Garum is a fish sauce made by old Romans.

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Date Taken: 11.2014
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