Some articles on oil, oil press:
... one of the most attractive on the island, was financed by revenues from the town’s oil-press, which today has been transformed into a multi-cultural center ... The oil press of Agia Paraskevi is a complex of stone-built buildings that serves as a characteristic sample of exceptional industrial architecture of the early 20th century (1910) on the island ... Initially, it had been operating as an industrial complex (oil-press and corn-mill) and later on, until 1967, it ran as a community business ...
Famous quotes containing the words press and/or oil:
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—Clive Bloom, British educator. MacDonalds Man Meets Readers Digest, Readings in Popular Culture: Trivial Pursuits?, St. Martins Press (1990)
“Eat what you can get.
Wheres the salt
in this dump of a village?
And, Lucky Man,
whats the use
of a salty thing
if theres no oil in it?”
—Hla Stavhana (c. 50 A.D.)