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Tasty Prosciutto Hams hanging on a stall in the Central Markets in the City of Florence in Italy, Europe.

Prosciutto hams are dry-cured in Parma and San Daniele, two of the Italian towns famous for this tasty meat. The curing can take up to a year and a half to complete depending on the size. Prosciutto hams can be bought at the Central Markets in the city of Florence, Italy, and at markets and stores all over the world.

Prosciuttio Hams hanging up at the Mercato Centrale (Central Markets) in the City of Florence, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Province of Florence, Region of Tuscany, Italy, Europe.


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Prosciutto Hams Central Markets Florence Italy
Tasty Prosciutto Hams hanging on a stall in the Central Markets in the City of Florence in Italy, Europe.
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