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December 5, 2017

Vacation in Las Palmas3 / Vacaciones en Las Palmas3 / Vacances à Las Palmas3 / Férias em Las Palmas3

In English:

On excursion in Las Palmas

To know better Canary Islands we attended the excursion, which showed northern parts of the island. On the tour saw Bandama Caldera, Botanical garden, Dedo de Dios in Puerto de Nieve and coffee plantation.

First, we drove along the winding roads to the Bandama caldera. Its measures are spectacular, because it is 569 meters / 1.867 feet above sea level, wide 1000 meters / 3300 feet and 200 meters / 700 feet deep. The view around was so enjoyable that when leaving from there, we had wistful mind. When I worked in Las Palmas 1969, there was a story about the man who lived in Bandama caldera. I was interested if there is somebody living at the bottom of caldera yet today and I did find from Internet, that the last and unique person who lived at the bottom of Bandama Caldera was Agustín Hernández. He moved to there with his family. Later his family left Bandama, but Agustín stayed there. It sounds incredible, but he lived the 69 years. For those who loves hiking, there is 2 km / 1.2 mi long path, leading to the bottom of Bandama caldera.

Next, our excursion headed to the Canary Islands Botanical Garden. The garden is large, because its area is approximately 27 acres (11 hectares). This meant to us, that we visited to the area where are cacti and palm trees.

Next, we drove to Puerto de las Nieves (harbor of snow). We dined at the restaurant with the same as the village. Puerto de las Nieves is a small village and from there is a catamaran connection to Tenerife which lasts 80 minutes. Puerto de las Nieves is known for its sea stack El Dedo de Dios (God’s finger). November 18, 2005 strong Tropical Storm collapsed it. Sigh.

Finally, we headed for a coffee plantation. Plantation was surrounded by high and steep slopes, which meant that there was microclimate, which offered a great opportunity to grow coffee, bananas, oranges and grapes. Thus, it was natural that the vine made from grapes were for sale and we the opportunity to taste many kind of wines with different cheeses. Excellent vines.

En español:

Excursión en Las Palmas

Para conocer mejor las Islas Canarias asistimos a la excursión, que mostraba el norte de la isla. En el recorrido vieron Bandama Caldera, el jardín botánico, Dedo de Dios en Puerto de Nieve y la plantación de café.

Primero, condujimos a lo largo de los sinuosos caminos hasta la caldera de Bandama. Sus medidas son espectaculares, ya que es 569 metros / 1.867 pies sobre el nivel del mar, ancho 1000 metros / 3300 pies y 200 metros / 700 pies de profundidad. La vista alrededor fue tan agradable que, al salir de allí, tuvimos una mente anhelo. Cuando trabajé en Las Palmas en 1969, había una historia sobre el hombre que vivía en la caldera de Bandama. Me interesaba saber si todavía hay alguien viviendo en el fondo de la caldera y encontré por Internet que la última y única persona que vivía en el fondo de Bandama Caldera fue Agustín Hernández. Se mudó a allí con su familia. Más tarde, su familia abandonó Bandama, pero Agustín se quedó allí. Parece increíble, pero vivió los 69 años. Para los amantes del senderismo, hay un sendero de longitud de 2 kilómetros / 1.2 millas, que conduce al fondo de la caldera de Bandama.

Luego nuestra excursión se dirigió al Jardín Botánico de Canarias. El jardín es grande, porque su área es de aproximadamente 27 acres (11 hectáreas). Esto significó para nosotros, que visitamos solamente el área donde hay cactus y palmeras.

Luego, manejamos hacia Puerto de las Nieves. Cenamos en el restaurante con el mismo nombre que el pueblo. Puerto de las Nieves es un pequeño pueblo y desde allí hay una conexión de catamarán a Tenerife que dura 80 minutos. Puerto de las Nieves es conocido por su formación rocosa El Dedo de Dios. El 18 de noviembre de 2005, una fuerte tormenta tropical lo colapsó. Suspiro.

Finalmente, nos dirigimos a una plantación de café. La plantación estaba rodeada de laderas altas y empinadas, lo que significaba que había microclima, lo que ofrecía una gran oportunidad para cultivar café, plátanos, naranjas y uvas. Por lo tanto, era natural que el vino hecho de uvas estuviera a la venta y tuvimos la oportunidad de probar muchos tipos de vinos con diferentes quesos. Excelentes vinos.

En francais:

En excursion à Las Palmas

Pour mieux connaître les îles Canaries nous avons assisté à l’excursion, qui a montré les parties nord de l’île. Sur la tournée vu Bandama Caldera, jardin botanique, Dedo de Dios à Puerto de Nieve et plantation de café.

D’abord, nous avons roulé le long des routes sinueuses jusqu’à la caldeira de Bandama. Ses mesures sont spectaculaires, car il est de 569 mètres au-dessus du niveau de la mer, large de 1000 mètres / 3300 pieds et 200 mètres / 700 pieds de profondeur. La vue autour était tellement agréable qu’en partant de là, nous avions un esprit nostalgique. Quand j’ai travaillé à Las Palmas en 1969, il y avait une histoire à propos de l’homme qui vivait dans la caldeira de Bandama. Je me suis intéressé à savoir s’il y a quelqu’un qui vit encore au fond de la caldera aujourd’hui et que j’ai trouvé sur Internet que la dernière et unique personne qui vivait au bas de Bandama Caldera était Agustín Hernández. Il a déménagé là-bas avec sa famille. Plus tard, sa famille a quitté Bandama, mais Agustín est resté là. Cela semble incroyable, mais il a vécu les 69 ans là. Pour ceux qui aiment la randonnée, il y a un sentier de 2 km qui mène au fond de la caldeira de Bandama.

Ensuite, notre excursion s’est dirigée vers le jardin botanique des îles Canaries. Le jardin est grand, car sa superficie est d’environ 27 acres (11 hectares). Cela signifiait pour nous, que nous avons visité la zone où sont les cactus et les palmiers.

Ensuite, nous sommes allés à Puerto de las Nieves (port de neige). Nous dînions au restaurant avec le même nom que le village. Puerto de las Nieves est un petit village et à partir de là il ya une connexion en catamaran à Tenerife qui dure 80 minutes. Puerto de las Nieves est connu pour sa pile de mer El Dedo de Dios (le doigt de Dieu). Le 8 novembre 2005 , il ya avait une forte tempête qui a causé son effondrement. Soupir.

Finalement, nous nous dirigions vers une plantation de café. La plantation était entourée par de pentes hautes et raides, ce qui signifiait qu’il y avait un microclimat, ce qui offrait une grande opportunité de faire cultiver du café, des bananes, des oranges et des raisins. Ainsi, il était naturel que la vigne faite à partir de raisins était à vendre et nous avions l’occasion de goûter de nombreux types de vins avec des fromages différents. Excellentes vins.

Em Português:

Na excursão em Las Palmas

Para conhecer melhor as Ilhas Canárias, participámos numa excursão, que mostrou as regiões setentrionais da ilha. No passeio vimos Caldera de Bandama, Jardim Botânico, Dedo de Dios em Puerto de Nieve e um plantação de café.

Primeiro, dirigimos as estradas sinuosas para Caldera de Bandama. Suas medidas são espetaculares, porque é de 569 metros a 1.867 pés acima do nível do mar, de largura de 1000 metros / 3300 pés e de 200 metros / 700 pés de profundidade. A visão ao redor era tão agradável que, ao sair de lá, tivemos a mente nostálgica. Quando trabalhei em Las Palmas 1969, havia uma história sobre o homem que morava na Caldeira de Bandama. Fiquei interessado se havia alguém morando no fundo da caldera ainda hoje e encontrei na Internet, que a última e única pessoa que viveu no fundo de Bandama Caldera foi Agustín Hernández. Ele se mudou para lá com a sua família. Mais tarde, sua família deixou Bandama, mas Agustín ficou lá. Parece incrível, mas ele viveu os 69 anos lá. Para aqueles que gostam de caminhar, há um caminho de 2 km / 1,2 mi de comprimento, levando ao fundo da caldeira de Bandama.

Depois a nossa excursão foi para o Jardim Botânico das Ilhas Canárias. O jardim é grande, porque sua área é de aproximadamente 27 acres (11 hectares). Isso significou para nós, que visitamos a área onde são cactos e palmeiras.

Em seguida, dirigimos para Puerto de las Nieves (porto de neve). Jantamos no restaurante com o mesmo nome do que a aldeia. Puerto de las Nieves é uma pequena aldeia e de lá há uma conexão de catamarã para Tenerife que dura 80 minutos. Puerto de las Nieves é conhecido por sua pilha de mar El Dedo de Dios (dedo de Deus). 18 de novembro de 2005, una forte tempestade tropical desabou a pilha de mar. Suspiro.

Finalmente, fomos para uma plantação de café. A plantação estava rodeada de encostas altas e íngremes, o que significava que havia microclima, o que oferecia uma ótima oportunidade para cultivar café, bananas, laranjas e uvas. Assim, era natural que a vinho feita de uvas estivesse à venda e a oportunidade para nós de provar muitos tipos de vinhos com diferentes queijos. Excelentes vinhos.

1. Bandama Caldera general information sign

1. Bandama Caldera general information sign

2. Bandama Caldera - panorama

2. Bandama Caldera – panorama

3. Bandama Caldera - panorama

3. Bandama Caldera – panorama

4. Bandama Caldera - panorama

4. Bandama Caldera – panorama

5. Bottom of Bandama Caldera

5. Bottom of Bandama Caldera

6. View from Bandama Caldera towards Las Palmas

6. View from Bandama Caldera towards Las Palmas

7. Panorama from Bandama Caldera

7. Panorama from Bandama Caldera

8. Panorama from Bandama Caldera

8. Panorama from Bandama Caldera

9. Some village

9. Some village

10. Bandama Golf Club (18 holes, par 71, lenght of yeallow is - 5666 m / 6169 yd)

10. Bandama Golf Club (18 holes, par 71, lenght of yeallow is – 5666 m / 6169 yd)

11. Sign of the Canary Islands Botanical Garden

11. Sign of the Canary Islands Botanical Garden

12. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

12. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

13. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

13. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

14. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

14. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

15. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

15. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

16. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

16. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

17. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

17. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

18. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

18. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

19. Sign telling about the Cardon

19. Sign telling about the Cardon

20. The Cardon

20. The Cardon

21. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

21. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

22. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

22. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

23. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

23. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

24. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

24. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

25. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

25. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

26. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

26. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

27. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

27. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

28. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

28. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

29. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

29. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

30. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

30. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

31. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

31. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

32. Birds living in the Botanical Garden

32. Birds living in the Botanical Garden

33. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

33. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

34. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

34. Canary Islands Botanical Garden

35. Sign telling about El Dedo de Dios (God’s finger). Before and after

35. Sign telling about El Dedo de Dios (God’s finger). Before and after

36. El Dedo de Dios (God’s finger). After the collapse

36. El Dedo de Dios (God’s finger). After the collapse

37. Puerto de las Nieves

37. Puerto de las Nieves

38. Puerto de las Nieves

38. Puerto de las Nieves

39. Puerto de las Nieves

39. Puerto de las Nieves

40. Puerto de las Nieves

40. Puerto de las Nieves

41. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

41. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

42. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

42. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

43. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

43. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

44. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

44. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

45. Coffee beans are dried in the sun

45. Coffee beans are dried in the sun

46. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

46. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

47. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

47. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

48. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

48. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

49. Guide of coffee plantation and her happy dog

49. Guide of coffee plantation and her happy dog

50. Stephen William Hawking, English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, visited also this plantation. When leaving the plantation he had mangos on his knees.

50. Stephen William Hawking, English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, visited also this plantation. When leaving the plantation he had mangos on his knees.

51. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

51. Photos from coffee plantation and its surroundings

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November 22, 2017

Vacation in Las Palmas2 / Vacaciones en Las Palmas2 / Vacances à Las Palmas2 / Férias em Las Palmas2

In English:

Old town.

Visitando Vegueta, el casco antiguo de Las Palmas

I love old towns. Visiting them is like making travel in time. Vegeta, the old town in Las Palmas is not exception. It offers visitors to find interesting items to their taste. In this post, I show some general photos from Vegeta, old town of Las Palmas, Columbus house (Casa de Colón), Cathedral of Santa Ana, Plaza Mayor de Santa Ana in front of the Cathedral, dog sculptures in front of the Cathedral and folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral.

Columbus house, opened 1951, offers awesome artefacts, such as scale models Columbus’s three ships (Santa Maria, La Niña and Pinta), maps and the second floor is dedicated to art, handwriting sample and route maps. Cathedral of Santa Ana about 500 years old is beautiful building. Dog sculptures in front of Cathedral of Santa Ana, but who sculpted them- mystery, but who scupled them – mystery. There has been discussion about the name of Canary Island. Some thinks that the name come canaries and others that the name comes from dogs. Latin word for dog is canis and nowadays canine is general term for a dog. We stopped for long time to listen folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana. Their song was beautiful. The young Lady was clear-voiced and other Ladies in colorful clothes wearing hats, which resembled those Indian hats that, I have seen in Quito, Ecuador.

En español:

Casco antiguo.

Visitando Vegueta, el casco antiguo de Las Palmas

Amo las ciudades viejas. En visitarlos es como viajar a tiempo. Vegeta, el casco antiguo de Las Palmas no es una excepción. Ofrece a los visitantes encontrar artículos interesantes por su gusto. En este post, vos muestro algunas fotos generales de Vegeta, el casco antiguo de Las Palmas, la casa de Colón, la Catedral de Santa Ana, la Plaza Mayor de Santa Ana frente a la Catedral, las esculturas de perros frente a la Catedral y conjunto de música folclórica frente a la Catedral.

La casa Columbus, inaugurada en 1951, ofrece artefactos impresionantes, como maquetas de los tres barcos de Columbus (Santa María, La Niña y Pinta), mapas y el segundo piso está dedicado a muestras de arte, muestras de escritura y mapas de rutas. La Catedral de Santa Ana de aproximadamente 500 años es un hermoso edificio. Esculturas de perros en frente de la Catedral de Santa Ana, pero ¿quién las han esculpidas? – misterio. Se ha discutido sobre el nombre de Canarias. Algunos piensan que el nombre viene de los canarios y otros que el nombre proviene de los perros. La palabra latina para perro es canis y hoy en día el término canino es general para un perro. Nos detuvimos por mucho tiempo para escuchar un conjunto de música folclórica frente a la Catedral de Santa Ana. Su canción fue hermosa. La jovencita tenia la voz clara y otras damas con ropas coloridas con sombreros, que parecían a los sombreros indios que, he visto en Quito, Ecuador.

En francais:

Vieille ville.

Visitant la vieille ville Vegeta à Las Palmas

J’aime les vieilles villes. En leur rendant visite, ç’est comme faire un voyage dans le temps. Végéta, la vieille ville de Las Palmas n’est pas une exception. Elle offre aux visiteurs de trouver des choses intéressantes à leur goût. Dans ce post, je vous montre quelques vues générales de Vegeta, la vieille ville de Las Palmas, la maison de Colomb (Casa de Colón), la cathédrale de Santa Ana, la Plaza Mayor de Santa Ana en face de la cathédrale, des sculptures de chiens devant la cathédrale et l’ensemble de musique folklorique devant la cathédrale.

La maison Columbus, ouverte en 1951, propose des objets impressionnants, tels que des maquettes de bateaux de Christophe Colomb (Santa Maria, La Niña et Pinta), l’écriture manuscrite de Colomb et des cartes océaniques et le deuxième étage est dédié à l’art. La cathédrale de Santa Ana,qui est environ 500 ans, est un bel immeuble. Les sculptures de chiens devant la cathédrale de Santa Ana, mais par qui été sculptés – mystère. On a beaucoup parlé sur le nom de l’île Canaries. Les uns pensent que le nom vient des canaris et les autres que le nom vient des chiens. Le mot latin pour chien est canis et de nos jours canine est un terme général pour un chien. Nous nous sommes arrêtés longtemps pour écouter l’ensemble de la musique folklorique devant la cathédrale de Santa Ana. Leur musique était belle. La jeune fille avait une voix claire et d’autres femmes portant de vêtements colorés et des chapeaux qui ressemblaient à ces chapeaux indiens que j’ai vus à Quito, en Équateur.

Em Português:

Cidade antiga.

Visitando a cidade velha Vegeta em Las Palmas

Eu adoro as cidades antigas. Visitar-lhes é como fazer viagens no tempo. Vegeta, a cidade velha em Las Palmas não é exceção. Ele oferece aos visitantes itens interessantes de encontrar ao seu gosto. Nesta mensagem, eu vão mostrar-lhe algumas fotos gerais de Vegeta, a cidade velha de Las Palmas, a casa de Colombo (Casa de Colón), a Catedral de Santa Ana, Plaza Mayor de Santa Ana em frente à Catedral, esculturas de cães, em frente à Catedral e finalmente um conjunto de música folclórica.

A casa de Colombo, inaugurada em 1951, oferece incríveis artefatos, como modelos de escala dos três navios de Colombo (Santa Maria, La Niña e Pinta) manuscritos e mapas de rotas de Cristóvão Colombo. O segundo andar é dedicado à arte. A Catedral de Santa Ana cerca de 500 anos de idade é um belo edifício. Esculturas de cães, ninguém sabe quem os fez em frente à Catedral de Santa Ana.Houve discussões sobre o nome da ilha das Canárias. Alguns pensam que o nome vem canários e outros que o nome vem de cães. A palavra latina para cachorro é canis e hoje canino é termo geral para um cachorro. Paramos por muito tempo para ouvir um conjunto de música folclórica em frente à Catedral de Santa Ana. Linda era a sua música. A menina teve com voz clara e outras senhoras em roupas coloridas estão usando chapéus, pareciam aqueles chapéus indianos que, eu vi em Quito, Equador.

1. Las Plamas - old town

1. Las Plamas – old town

2. Las Plamas - old town

2. Las Plamas – old town

3. Las Plamas - old town

3. Las Plamas – old town

4. Las Plamas - old town

4. Las Plamas – old town

5. Columbus's street

5. Columbus’s street

6. Columbus's museum

6. Columbus’s museum

7. Columbus's museum - inside photo

7. Columbus’s museum – inside photo

8. Columbus's museum - inside photos

8. Columbus’s museum – inside photos

9. Columbus's museum - inside photos (notice maps)

9. Columbus’s museum – inside photos (notice maps)

10. Columbus's museum - inside photos (Santa Maria possibly)

10. Columbus’s museum – inside photos (Santa Maria possibly)

11. Columbus's museum - inside photos (La Niña possibly)

11. Columbus’s museum – inside photos (La Niña possibly)

12. Columbus's museum - inside photos (Pinta possibly)

12. Columbus’s museum – inside photos (Pinta possibly)

13. Columbus's museum - ships

13. Columbus’s museum – ships

14. Columbus's museum - map showing first trip

14. Columbus’s museum – map showing first trip

15. Columbus's museum - map showing first trip (detailed)

15. Columbus’s museum – map showing first trip (detailed)

16. Columbus's museum - map showing first trip (detailed)

16. Columbus’s museum – map showing first trip (detailed)

17. Columbus's museum - map showing first trip (detailed)

17. Columbus’s museum – map showing first trip (detailed)

18. Example of Columbus's handwriting sample

18. Example of Columbus’s handwriting sample

19. Parrot in Columbus's museum

19. Parrot in Columbus’s museum

20. Another parrot in Columbus's museum

20. Another parrot in Columbus’s museum

21. Plaza Mayor de Santa Ana

21. Plaza Mayor de Santa Ana

22. Plaza Mayor de Santa Ana abd Cathedral of Santa Ana

22. Plaza Mayor de Santa Ana abd Cathedral of Santa Ana

23. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

23. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

24. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

24. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

25. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

25. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

26. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

26. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

27. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

27. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

28. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

28. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

29. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

29. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

30. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

30. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

31. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

31. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

32. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

32. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

33. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

33. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

34. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

34. Inside photo from the Cathedral of Santa Ana

35. Dog sculptures in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

35. Dog sculptures in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

36. Dog sculptures in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

36. Dog sculptures in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

37. Dog sculptures in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

37. Dog sculptures in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

38. Dog sculptures in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

38. Dog sculptures in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

39. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

39. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

40. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

40. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

41. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

41. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

42. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

42. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

43. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

43. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

44. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

44. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

45. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

45. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

46. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

46. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

47. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

47. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

48. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

48. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

49. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

49. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

50. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

50. Folk music ensemble in front of the Cathedral of Santa Ana

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