Previously known as the Labadie Mansion, the house inspired Enrique Laguerre’s novel La llamarada which narrates the socio-economic dynamics of the sugar cane central in 1930s.
A marvelous view: the blending of the natural and human landscape.
Various ethnic groups have joined the economic sector of tourism.
The original piece (by Marcos Zapata) is located in Cuzco’s Cathedral. Notice the “cuy” at the center of the table. The “cuy” is an Andean dish.
Tourism has become an increasingly sector of the Cuban economy.
A required stop for visitors. La Parguera is famous for its bioluminescent bay and tall mangroves.
Today a museum, one of the most visited in the Dominican Republic.
A lovely girl helps her mother to sell merchandise in Ecuador. She actually sold me a pair of alpaca gloves.
A beautiful historic district. This view shows the city hall of Lima. Notice the flag at the right representing the indigenous nations.
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