The world’s largest #corktree, Alentejo - #PORTUGAL. 230+ years old, producing corks since 1820. It was 5 years old when the first English settlers arrived in Australia, and 6 years old when the French Revolution began in 1789. 1789 bottles of wine sealed with cork in that same year were fairly recently discovered in a French cellar, and both the wines and corks in good condition. Every nine years producing 1T of bark, enough cork for 100,000 wine bottles, weights 102T.

The World's Oldest, Largest Cork Tree - The Whistler Tree

The world’s largest #corktree, Alentejo - #PORTUGAL. 230+ years old, producing corks since 1820. It was 5 years old when the first English settlers arrived in Australia, and 6 years old when the French Revolution began in 1789. 1789 bottles of wine sealed with cork in that same year were fairly recently discovered in a French cellar, and both the wines and corks in good condition. Every nine years producing 1T of bark, enough cork for 100,000 wine bottles, weights 102T.

Storks in the nest, Comporta, Alentejo, Portugal

Storks in the nest, Comporta, Alentejo, Portugal

Évora Cathedral Cloisters (Romanesque, Gothic, Manueline, Baroque) 12th century - Portugal

Évora Cathedral Cloisters (Romanesque, Gothic, Manueline, Baroque) 12th century - Portugal

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