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Música - Canciones. Parador Villas SotoMayor. The Many Faces of Puerto Rico. Beneath indigo skies speckled with starlight, well-heeled arts patrons and civic leaders spilled out of the opulent lobby of the Condado Vanderbilt, where they’d turned out as much for a pop-up shop of designer fashions and jewelry as for the scene itself.

The Many Faces of Puerto Rico

Sun-kissed guests draped in elegant clothing sipped Champagne, chatted and air-kissed. The hotel, a newly restored palatial resort with a legendary pedigree dating to 1919, had just reopened to much fanfare, and it seemed poised to once again become the epicenter of refined San Juan social life. As I surveyed the crowd, I was transported to my own past, when girls like me swanned at debutante parties in grand ballrooms and women like my mother attended fashion shows in hats and gloves. Later that same night, a mere 20 minutes away, I attended a different sort of opening, at La Productora, where the excitement was rooted in the promise of the future rather than the glamour of the past. Photo I wouldn’t find an easy answer. Funky Buddha/ Qué lindo es Puerto Rico - Millo Torres.

Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Puerto Rico y el Caribe. Culebra, a Quiet Corner of the Caribbean. I was paddling along in my kayak, floating over a coral reef on which purple and yellow sea fans waved lazily in the current, when something broke the surface ahead of me.

Culebra, a Quiet Corner of the Caribbean

A snorkeler? No, it was a hawksbill turtle, which seemed as surprised to see me as I was to see it, though not as delighted. The turtle gulped some air, flexed its fin feet, as graceful in the water as the brown pelicans passing nearby were in the air, and effortlessly angled through the green water toward the sea grass 10 feet below. I was floating off , a 12-square-mile island in a corner of the Caribbean that was quiet even in mid-January, with news of the polar vortex reaching us like word from a distant, far less habitable planet. During the 80-degree days, my family and I had a choice of a half-dozen spectacular beaches, often sharing a mile-long stretch of sand with a handful of people or with no one at all. Continue reading the main story Culebra National Wildlife Refuge Photo. Puerto Rico ** La Isla Del Encanto ** Paradise, Beauty. Puerto Rico Su Historia y Su Presente Parte 1-5 History and Present of Puerto Rico. Stations de radio: Porto Rico. The official website of the National Institute for Latino Policy. Boricua, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rican community at Fundación Nacional para la Cultura Popular. Municipalities: Ciales. Versión español MayorHon.

Municipalities: Ciales

Luis "Rolan" Maldonado Rodríguez. Places of Interest• Caves: Las Golondrinas, Yuyú, and Las Archillas. The latter appears in the history and legends of Ciales.• Negrón Plantation• Casa Corretjer Museum and Library• Coffee Museum• La Parada Choferil – local food restaurant • Toro Negro Forest Reserve Illustrious Citizens Juan Antonio Corretjer – poet, essayist, journalist and pro-independence activist.

Carmelo Díaz Soler – musician, arranger, and composer. Diego O. Miguel Martorell Torrens – representative to the House for District 6 between 1917 and 1920 Luis A. Jorge Luis Morales – poet, educator, editor, and essayist. Antonio Pacheco Padró – journalist, writer, and political figure. Humberto Padró – story writer, poet, and journalist. Jorge Luis Porras Cruz - essayist and educator. Fernando Sierra Berdecía – journalist, novelist, and playwright. Enrique Vicens Sastre – senator-at-large from 1973 to 1978.

Nimia Vicens – poet. Plaza de Adjuntas - 2008 sur Flickr : partage de photos ! La Lucha por la Identidad: Puerto Rican Artists Struggle for Identity. Corsos en Puerto Rico. Corsos en Puerto Rico [Ampliar] Jean Jacques Rousseau escribió en 1762 refiriéndose a Córcega: "El valor y la constancia con los que este pueblo supo revestir y defender su libertad bien ameritan que algún sabio le enseñe a conservarla.

Corsos en Puerto Rico

Tengo el presentimiento de que algún día esta islita asombrará a Europa". Históricamente, esta afirmación se ha tomado como predicción del nacimiento del Gran Corso que se convertiría más tarde en héroe nacional francés: Napoleón nació en Ajaccio en 1769, un año después de la anexión de la isla a Francia. Sin embargo, esta "montaña en el mar" que no suma más de 260.000 habitantes sigue hoy dando que hablar al continente. Cruce de culturas e imperios en la indómita isla Esta isla del Mediterráneo occidental colonizada hacia el año 560 aC por los foceanos pasa después bajo poder de Cartago (s. Tras numerosas derrotas, los genoveses logran apoderarse de Córcega en 1284 y luego se enfrentan a un levantamiento local apoyado por el reino de Aragón. Zerbi.