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KentuckyJay, Jun 1, 2014
    • Deborah Diz
      A dovecote..."palomar" in Spanish....for raising eat!
    • Olivares
      A dovecote (??)....this is a small church dedicated to Santiago after Melide with Romanesque features from the 12th Century (never even heard of Spaniards raising doves to eat...?)
    • amancio
      pidgeons are indeed raised to eat, you eat the chicks before they can fly, you just pick them from the nests.
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