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Lake in Alentejo. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Cork oak and stacked bark in Alentejo, Portugal Royalty Free Stock Photo
Stacked bark of cork oak in Alentejo, Portugal Royalty Free Stock Photo
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Lake in Alentejo. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Plains of Alentejo, Portugal Royalty Free Stock Photo
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Stacked bark near cork oak in Alentejo, Portugal
Typical portuguese quinta in the region Alentejo Royalty Free Stock Photo
The Marvao Castle located on top of a cliff with a view over the Alto Alentejo landscape Royalty Free Stock Photo
Alentejo landscape Royalty Free Stock Photo
Peeled trunks of cork oaks in Alentejo, Portugal Royalty Free Stock Photo
Medieval village of Monsaraz in Alentejo, Portugal Royalty Free Stock Photo
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Stacked bark of the cork oak in Alentejo, Portugal Royalty Free Stock Photo
The Cork Oak or Quercus suber is the primary source of cork for wine bottle stoppers and other uses, such as cork flooring. Portugal is the worlds biggest producer of natural cork and Alentejo is one of the main areas where cork oak is harvested.


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