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The Rhythms of Bomba

The music genre of Bomba originated in the northeastern regions of Puerto Rico in the 1800s with the import of African slaves to the island. Cities such as Loiza and Fajardo still have a strong African presence as it was in this area that most slaves lived and worked. Bomba became a very unique form of music in Puerto Rico that can still be heard, along with the dances that accompany the music.

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The Festival de Metal Boricua

The Festival de Metal Boricua is a festival dedicated to the musicians and fans of heavy metal music. Held on an annual basis in Puerto Rico since 2004, the fifth Festival de Metal Boricua is set to take place on 17 May 2008 in the mountain town of Cayey, Puerto Rico.

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Puerto Rico Equestrian Art School

The art of horse riding is embedded almost 250 years into the history of Puerto Rico. Able horsemen are still found on the island, but a select group of riders at the Puerto Rico Equestrian Art School have perfected the taming of horses and being able to train their noble steeds in detailed and intricate routines that most riders can only marvel at. The grace and elegance that is portrayed by both horse and rider make the performances by the Puerto Rico Equestrian Art School absolutely breathtaking.

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Family Fun at Museo Del Nino

Situated in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the Museo Del Nino (Children’s Museum) is devoted to the education and entertainment of children. This interactive museum will, however, be enjoyed by the whole family and it is recommended that visitors put aside at least two hours to explore, and participate in, the many exhibits and activities that the Museo Del Nino has to offer.

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Jose Juan Barea – Master of the Court

At first glance, Jose Juan Barea looks like any other twenty-three year old. He enjoys relaxing in front of the television and never misses the opportunity to spend a day at the beach with his friends. He realizes how important education is and is a major in Sociology, but when he walks onto the basketball court Jose Juan Barea sets the game on fire. Many have said that the talented Barea is one of the most exciting basketball players they have seen in a long time.

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Enjoy the Vibe in Rio Piedras

The sprawling city of San Juan is the capital city of Puerto Rico. Rio Piedras, which was founded in 1714, is the largest district of San Juan. The main campus of the University of Puerto Rico was established in the district of Rio Piedras in 1903, earning the district the name of “University City”. Rio Piedras had been a municipality before it was incorporated into San Juan in 1951.

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Visit the Tropical Agricultural Research Station

The Tropical Agricultural Research Station in Mayagues, Puerto Rico, was established in the year 1901 and is vital to the agricultural sector of the island. Not only does the Tropical Agricultural Research Station do essential research, but it assists local farmers and has become a fascinating tourist attraction. Visitors to Puerto Rico, with a love for beautiful plants and breathtaking flowers, will find the research station to be a magnificent facility.

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Puerto Rico Reveals Hidden Settlement

When starting to dig for a dam in the south of Puerto Rico no one could have been more surprised to find an ancient settlement than the archeologist who investigated the find. This magnificent discovery will surely become one of the most popular archaeological sites in Puerto Rico. Archeologists from both the United States and Puerto Rico have joined forces to uncover the hidden secrets of this ancient settlement.

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