Definitions

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  • proper noun An alternative name for Aargau.

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Examples

  • German and Swiss families became enamored of the region and came to Chiapas to establish coffee farms with names such as Argovia or Hamburgo.

    La Ruta del Caf�

  • German and Swiss families became enamored of the region and came to Chiapas to establish coffee farms with names such as Argovia or Hamburgo.

    La Ruta del Caf�

  • German and Swiss families became enamored of the region and came to Chiapas to establish coffee farms with names such as Argovia or Hamburgo.

    La Ruta del Caf�

  • German and Swiss families became enamored of the region and came to Chiapas to establish coffee farms with names such as Argovia or Hamburgo.

    La Ruta del Caf�

  • German and Swiss families became enamored of the region and came to Chiapas to establish coffee farms with names such as Argovia or Hamburgo.

    La Ruta del Caf�

  • The article also describes the restaurant Tierra de Café on Finca Argovia where Chef Matias Klein, a Mexican whose parents were German, prepares what is described as mexican and fusion cuisine.

    La Ruta del Caf�

  • For a balanced view of the conditions at the coffee fincas during the last part of the 19th century after you have been charmed by the beauty and tranquility of present day Argovia, I recommend you visit the Coffee Musem in San Cristóbal which is owned by the cooperative of today´s Chiapas coffee growers and hear their tales of the inhuman conditions on the fincas at the turn of the century.

    La Ruta del Caf�

  • The article features a finca known as Argovia, founded in 1880 where, today, you can take extensive tours demonstrating the process of cultivating and preparing both arabica and robusta coffees for the market from growing and harvesting through drying and roasting.

    La Ruta del Caf�

  • The article features a finca known as Argovia, founded in 1880 where, today, you can take extensive tours demonstrating the process of cultivating and preparing both arabica and robusta coffees for the market from growing and harvesting through drying and roasting.

    La Ruta del Caf�

  • At Argovia, which consists of 187 hectares altogether, they have evolved into an agricultural development that is dedicated to preserving the flora and fauna of the region.

    La Ruta del Caf�

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