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Hollywood Actor Luiz Guzman

Luiz Guzman is a world famous actor who has been able to use his wolfish looks and stocky build to land himself unforgettable roles in mainstream movies. He has also managed to land very good roles in various television series, and is now a household name, even lending his voice to well known games. Guzman has become an icon in Puerto Rico, serving as an inspiration for many in Puerto Rico who wish to follow in his footsteps and make their name in the international arena.

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El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico

Known as the most popular band from Latin America, and undoubtedly the most successful salsa band in Puerto Rico, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico is an orchestra that is synonymous with the flamboyant beats of salsa. Its success has also seen several musicians starting their careers within the band and then going on to have successful solo careers. Also referred to as El Gran Combo, the group has released numerous albums and performed in various stadiums across the world. It has achieved international acclaim and remains one of the best bands in Puerto Rico.

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2011 Puerto Rico Tip-Off

The Puerto Rico Tip-Off is a college basketball tournament that was inaugurated in the year 2007. Every November, the Coliseo de Puerto Rico, located in the city of San Juan, Puerto Rico, is the venue for this prestigious event, where the top basketball teams face-off against each other. The dates for the 2011 Puerto Rico Tip-Off have been set for the 17th to the 20th of November 2011. Just recently the teams that will be participating in this year’s event have been announced, and they can now get ready for the challenge that lies ahead of them.

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Unique Inhabitant of Isla Monito

The Municipality of Mayaguez in Puerto Rico oversees the island of Monito, which is located approximately five kilometers from Mona and is situated in the Mona Passage. Looking at the massive rock that rises to sixty-five meters above the ocean, it is not surprising that the island is uninhabited and serves only to protect the wildlife and vegetation that have settled there. Isla Monita is an estimated three hundred and fifty meters wide and five hundred meters in length, covering an area of sixteen hectares.

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The Puerto Rican Cuatro Project

A group of New England and Puerto Rican teachers, artists, writers and artisans shared the same fear that the Cuatro would be forgotten and that its significance in the Puerto Rican culture would start to disappear. In order to document the history of the Cuatro and ensure its future in the traditions of Puerto Rico, they joined forces to establish the Puerto Rican Cuatro Project in 1991. The project aims to revive interest in the Cuatro and preserve this wonderful musical instrument, as well as educate the public on its importance in the history of the country.

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Museo de los Proceres in Cabo Rojo

The name Cabo Rojo means Red Cape and is derived from the city’s salt flats and sea cliffs that are reddish in color. It is believed by many that the city was named by Christopher Columbus, although this has not been proven. It is a city that is steeped in history, and around almost every corner is a historical building or monument adding the heritage of the city. There is one very unique museum that is dedicated to telling the story of the people of Cabo Rojo, namely the Museo de los Preceres.

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A Walk along Paseo de la Princesa

Skirting the curved walls on the south side of Old San Juan, the charming Paseo de la Princesa connects the port where the cruise ships dock to the gates of the old city. Neatly paved and lined with trees touching overhead creating a passageway of greenery, Paseo de la Princesa (Walkway of the Princess) is the perfect place to take a relaxing stroll. Originally built in 1853, Paseo de la Princesa has been renovated in recent years, becoming a popular attraction among locals and visitors alike. Paseo de la Princesa is also a great place for a family outing, as children can make use of the broad pathway to ride their bicycles or roller skate in a safe, traffic-free, shaded area.

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Picturesque Palominitos Island

Puerto Rico is known for its many picturesque beaches, warm climate and wonderful coastal towns and resorts, bringing thousands of visitors to its shores each year. There are also many wonders to discover just off the mainland of Puerto Rico that few visitors think of to explore. Uninhabited islands lie just off the coast of the country and it will cost a mere boat trip to experience the beauty, tranquility and natural magnificence of the islands. Palominitos is just such an island, blanketed with soft white sands, dense forests and breathtaking marine life.

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