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Noche de Galerias

Recent years have seen art appreciation in Puerto Rico grow dramatically – both amongst locals and amongst visitors. Much of this can be attributed to efforts by CODEVISA to expose the masses to and educate them about Puerto Rican art. No doubt, the Noche de Galerias program has played a key role in this growth.

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El Combate : A Tranquil Holiday Destination

If you’re looking for a somewhat secluded seaside spot to spend your holiday, you might want to consider El Combate in Puerto Rico. This salt-flat area features beautiful blue seas, clear skies and quiet beaches – the perfect combination for those looking for a nice tranquil getaway spot.

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Family Fun at the Festival de Chiringas

Most children learn the joy of flying a kite at least once in their lives. Many of them go on to enjoy this hobby as adults. There are already all sorts of kite festivals in the United States, but very few people know that there is one in Puerto Rico. This festival is known locally as ‘Festival de Chiringas’.

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5th Annual Culebra International Regatta

There’s no other Regatta quite like the Culebra International Regatta hosted on the offshore island of Culebra near Puerto Rico. The combination of top-notch boat racing and wonderful Caribbean-style parties with a picturesque island-paradise setting just cannot be beaten. If this sounds like your idea of a great time, make sure that you get to Puerto Rico to enjoy the 5th annual Culebra Heineken International Regatta.

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Balseada del Río Camuy: A Family Festival

Puerto Rico is a great place to go on holiday with the family. Not only is it a beautiful location, but it has all sorts of interesting things to see and do. Historical attractions and natural attractions usually top the list of travel plans, but there are a lot of other great things to experience in Puerto Rico. One of these is the Balseada del Río Camuy festival.

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Celebrating Three Kings Day

While other countries are gearing up for Christmas, most Puerto Ricans are probably looking forward to Three Kings Day. Puerto Rico does celebrate Christmas, but unlike with most European countries, their festivities don’t end on December 25. Instead, the parties continue almost non-stop all the way until January 6th when Three Kings Day draws the festivities to a close.

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Relaxing at Lagos Dos Bocas

The picturesque Lagos Dos Bocas lies in the valleys of verdant hills around half way in between the towns of Arecibo and Utuado in Puerto Rico. The U-shaped lake is popular among locals and tourists alike as a recreation spot to enjoy some fishing, picnicking, boating and just generally relaxing in the scenic and tranquil setting.

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Roselyn Sánchez Weds Eric Winter in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican model, singer, film and television actress Roselyn Sánchez exchanged wedding vows with actor Eric Winter at the historic San Cristóbal Castle in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Saturday 29 November, with more than 250 guests in attendance. Wearing a dress sparkling with hand embroidered pearls and diamonds, Sánchez arrived at the castle in a Mercedes Benz and met waiting reporters graciously, thanking them for being there and putting into words what was evident from her smile – she was very happy.

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