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Salinas de Anana, Alava, Basque Country, Spain, June 2014. The Salt Valley of Salinas de Añana. Platforms on which the brine, saltwater, is poured to obtain salt through solar evaporation. A unique and extensive network of wooden channels distribute the water to the most remote corners of the Salt Valley. The Basque Country (Basque: Euskadi, Spanish: Pais Vasco) is a region at the north of Spain, bordering the Atlantic Ocean and France. It is defined formally as an autonomous community of three provinces within Spain. Basque Country is one of the world's top gastronomic destinations. Photo by Frits Meyst / MeystPhoto.com
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- Culinary Travel to the Basque Country for Foodies in Spain.