Museo de la Almendra Francisco Morales

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Introduction

A dissemination & knowledge area.

The Almonds' Museum was founded in 2010 to commemorate the hundred years old of Almendras Morales S.A., and pay tribute to the entire family saga of the Company. It is a dissemination and knowledge of the almonds, it's history, grows and wonderful properties.

It has a main hall were you can find ancient machinery, an audiovisual room and a balcony with sights to Zamoranos' countryside. You can also learn about different almond varieties and how important is the almond int he culture, gastronomy, economy and history in Andalusia region.

History

A century of dedication

For a century, Morales family has been dedicated to Almonds in Zamoranos, a small village of Priego de Córdoba, located in Sierra Subbética Natural Park.

In 1910 Mr Jose Mateo Morales Ruiz started to harvest, crack and commercialise the almonds in the área, through today where the fourth generation of the family has taken over; it has been years of efforts with a main interest: the dedication and managing the best almonds, an authentic present from grown, for our taste and health care.

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MUSEUM

Permanent exposition

THE VISIT

The electrical groups

The tour begins in the main room with the first electrical groups that were manufactured for the almond shelling. Groups of solid wood ready to process thousands of kilos of almonds (crak, shell and calibration).

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Working bench

A working bench, where thousands of womens from the countryside checked efficently the almonds before the packaging, to be sure there were not any broken shell on it.

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Almonds variety

An inshell almonds exposition, with actual varieties and some almost disappeared, from this área of Andalusia and which started the almonds industrial sector in Spain at the beginnings of XX century. A luxury to have in our hands, these ancient remainings of the industrial revolution process in the almond sector.

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The Shop

You can adquire as souvenirs local products, such as extra virgin olive oil and a wide range of wines, and the best quality almonds selection. Gourmet products that will delight the most demanding palates.

Y además...

Coffee bar

The museum has a coffee service open from Monday to Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Balcony

Overlooking the sea of olive trees in the countryside, you can see the entire town of Zamoranos and its surroundings.

Parking

With parking area for cars and buses, near the main entrance.

meetings and news

The Museum, alive

25th september 2019

Family Company Prize

The Family Business prize has been awarded to Almendras Morales S.A., a family and centennial company, leader in the distribution of almonds and processed.

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19th March 2019

Francisco Morales receives the XI Simón de Rojas Clemente Award

“If my grandfather could see what his small family business has become, he would not believe it”. With a broken voice and words full of memories and emotions, the Cordoba businessman Francisco Morales thanked today the Simón de Rojas Clemente Award, an event held at the ABC House in Seville, in which he has been surrounded by all his family.

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5th May 2018

Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Savia Foundation

On May 5th, 2018, the ordinary meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Savia Foundation was held at the Almond Museum, and then the VII SECTORIAL MEETING “FOR A DESIGN AND SUSTAINABLE RURAL DEVELOPMENT” with a lecture by Mr. Joan Corominas Masip.

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23th april 2018

VII Sectorial Meeting of Almonds and Dried Fruit

The Museum has hosted the seventh sector meeting of the Almond and Dry Fruit, organized by the company Almendras Morales and the Savia Foundation.

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Opening hours

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. & 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. & 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
From Tuesday through Sunday.
Sunday afternoons and Monday closed

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Carretera A333 Km 6
14814, Zamoranos (Córdoba)
Spain
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