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UK Guinness World Records: Most varieties of rum commercially available

UK Guinness World Records: Most varieties of rum commercially available

London, UK – October 30, 2016 – Cottons Caribbean Restaurant and Salon de Rhum in Notting Hill has broken a Guinness World Record for having the most varieties of commercially available rum at a bar, with a record number of 372 available. Photo: The Guinness World Record for having the most varieties of rum commercially available in the world has …

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Tomatina – Tomato Fight Festival Images

Tomatina - Tomato Fight Festival Images

Tomatina – Tomato Fight Festival Images: La Tomatina is a festival that is held in the Valencian town of Bunol, a town located in the East of Spain 30 km / 19 miles from the Mediterranean, in which participants throw tomatoes and get involved in this tomato fight purely for entertainment purposes. La Tomatina Bunol has inspired similar celebrations in other parts …

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Iberoamerican Festival of Theater Images

Iberoamerican Festival of Theater Images

Iberoamerican Festival of Theater Images: The Iberoamerican Theater Festival is one of the most important cultural events in Bogota, capital of Colombia, and has evolved as one of the most important events of this kind in the world. It takes place every two years during spring break and lasts two weeks approximately. During these days, Bogota becomes a real Theater City and …

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Where was the 1986 World Cup held?

The 1986 FIFA World Cup, the 13th staging of the FIFA World Cup, was held in Mexico from 31 May to 29 June. Colombia had been originally chosen to host the competition by FIFA but, largely due to economic reasons, was not able to host the competition and officially resigned in 1982. Mexico was selected as the new host in …

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Martin Palermo

Martin Palermo earned his recall to the Argentina side by doing what he does best: scoring goals, and lots of them. Boca Juniors’ all-time top scorer with 218 in all, El Loco endured a frustrating time in his first spell in the blue and white striped jersey, during which he had the misfortune to miss three penalties in a 1999 …

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Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez, is one of the stars of the Uruguay team for obvious reasons: he is a world-class finisher with remarkable technical ability, is blessed with a powerful shot and has the ability to out-jump opponents, which means he also poses a serious aerial threat. Suarez was only 11 when he left his native city of Salto to travel nearly 500 …

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Diego Perez

Diego Perez bears all the hallmarks of the classic Uruguayan midfielder with his tireless work ethic and willingness to battle for the cause. His intelligence, tactical awareness and personality add further value to his stock, while his effectiveness in winning back possession has made him something of a rock of the midfield for his team-mates. A Montevideo native, Perez began …

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Bernard-Henri Levy

Bernard-Henri Levy (born in Béni Saf, Algeria) is a French public intellectual, writer and journalist. He is often referred to simply as BHL. Lévy was one of the leaders of the “Nouvelle Philosophie” (New Philosophy) movement in 1976. In 1981, he published L’Id’ologie française (“The French Ideology”), arguably his most influential work. “Superman and prophet: we have no equivalent in the …

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