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José Feliciano =  José Montserrate Feliciano García  September 10, 1945 in Lares, Puerto Rico

José Feliciano = José Montserrate Feliciano García September 10, 1945 in Lares, Puerto Rico

Tommy Muñiz

Tommy Muñiz

Pelea de gallos Lares Puerto Rico 2012

Pelea de gallos Lares Puerto Rico 2012

iLas Bellezas de ☀Puerto Rico☀ 1-Marisol Malaret ; 2-Deborah Carthy, 3-Dayanara Torres, 4-Denise M. Quiñones, 5-Zuleyka Rivera.

iLas Bellezas de ☀Puerto Rico☀ 1-Marisol Malaret ; 2-Deborah Carthy, 3-Dayanara Torres, 4-Denise M. Quiñones, 5-Zuleyka Rivera.

Indigenous Peoples of the Caribbean - Siboney, Locono, Gallabi/Ineri, Taino...all Arawak like these.

Indigenous Peoples of the Caribbean - Siboney, Locono, Gallabi/Ineri, Taino...all Arawak like these.

Grito de Camuy

Grito de Camuy

Mariana Bracetti - 1825 to 1903 Añasco, Puerto Rico was a patriot and leader of the Puerto Rico independence movement in the 1860s. She is attributed with having knitted the flag that was intended to be used as the national emblem of Puerto Rico in its attempt to overthrow the Spanish government on the island, and to establish the island as a sovereign republic. The attempted overthrow was the Grito de Lares, and Bracetti's creation became known as "The Flag of Lares."

Mariana Bracetti - 1825 to 1903 Añasco, Puerto Rico was a patriot and leader of the Puerto Rico independence movement in the 1860s. She is attributed with having knitted the flag that was intended to be used as the national emblem of Puerto Rico in its attempt to overthrow the Spanish government on the island, and to establish the island as a sovereign republic. The attempted overthrow was the Grito de Lares, and Bracetti's creation became known as "The Flag of Lares."

Barrios of Guayama, Puerto Rico

Barrios of Guayama, Puerto Rico

Vestimenta típica del jibaro puertorriqueño

Vestimenta típica del jibaro puertorriqueño

Marc Anthony can do no wrong. | 35 Things Puerto Ricans Know To Be True Watching him sing “Preciosa,” about his love for the island, in Puerto Rico, with the crowd singing every word, gives you chills.

Marc Anthony can do no wrong. | 35 Things Puerto Ricans Know To Be True Watching him sing “Preciosa,” about his love for the island, in Puerto Rico, with the crowd singing every word, gives you chills.