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La Cascada más ancha del mundo
La Cascada más ancha
The Casa Rosada, or Pink House, is the Presidential Headquarters. It was painted pink as a compromised between two 19th century political factions, one whose color was red, the other's white.
La Sra. Carr en Buenos Aires, la Plaza de Mayo, la Casa Rosada al fondo
Buenos Aires Rosada al fondo
The Shrine to José de
Dentro de la Catedral
Volcan Osorno viewed from the the Saltas de Petrohue Rosada al fondo
La Sra. Carr around Cabo de Horno Rosada al fondo
Celebrating after Cape Horn – Cabo de Horno Rosada al fondo
El Sr. y la Sra. Carr Rosada al fondo
US dollar now main unit of currency
Mitad del Mundo.
Los Gal Rosada al fondoápagos
Blue footed boobies
Train from Cuzco - la capital del Imperio de los Incas
an indigenous people of South America, live in eastern Ecuador and the adjoining portions of northern Peru on the lower east slopes of the Andes in the basins of the Marañón, Santiago, and upper Pastaza rivers. They are a vigorous people who remained wholly independent for centuries, successfully resisting attempts at conquest by the Incas in the pre-Spanish period and thwarting efforts at settlement and Christianization made by Spanish missionaries during the 16th century. They continued to resist change in their way of life well into the modern era.
the town's most famous landmark
The cattleman’s saddle Rosada al fondo
along the ORINOCO river
La cascada más alta del mundo