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Majadas or apriscos

The importance of the economy of agriculture in Íllora is close to goat and kid livestock farming which is very adaptable to this dry area, it hasn’t got so much to do on it and the livestock of goats and kids are possible to be seen in any campside of Íllora.

At the situation they made yards which were made with stones so that goats could stay in there. These yards were built by stones taking out the proper land. When they were built, they were called in proper spanish language majadas or apriscos. If it was called an apriscos, they suppose to be built like a circul and if they were built squared they were called majadas, you can find apriscos in Olla de los Endrinos or los Hornillos etc.

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