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Travel to South and Central America

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Travel to South and Central America
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788770613996
Number of pages: 157

Description:
Deciding which countries to visit on a trip through Central and Southern America? Then this free travel guide is perfect for you. It provides you with information about several of the large cities on the continent which are all worth a visit. Taste the famous cigars in Havana or visit Rio de Janeiro for the carnival. This free travel guide over Central and Southern America provides you with information of the sights and attractions, so be sure to take it along.

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