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Spain,Madrid,delicatessen and restaurant at night : Stock Photo
This restaurant is called Museo de Jamon, this translate to 'Ham Museum', although it's not really. The Spaniards take their ham very seriously, it is a traditional delicacy normally hung from the ceiling and air dried (eg, Palma ham).

Spain,Madrid,delicatessen and restaurant at night

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This restaurant is called Museo de Jamon, this translate to 'Ham Museum', although it's not really. The Spaniards take their ham very seriously, it is a traditional delicacy normally hung from the ceiling and air dried (eg, Palma ham).
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