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353. Cork Trees at Cintra, near Lisbon.

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A scene in Da Castro's garden, where, according to tradition, the first orange tree in Europe was planted. The Cork-tree is a species of Oak (Quercus suber, Linn.) and the cork is the bark, which is removed at intervals after the trees have attai

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Media ID 4991606

Date: 3rd May 2011

Filename: MN_353-004440LA090603_00145.jpg

Image Size: 8244 x 5700 Pixels

Filesize is 34.43MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords:  art  artist  cork  cottage  europe  landscape  leaves  lisbon  marianne north  oak  orange  painting