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Regata Velas Libertadoras arriba al Puerto de la Guaira - Venezuela by Aureliano Fernández

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Veleros latinoamericanos llegaron hoy a Venezuela para celebrar el bicentenario del inicio de la gesta independentista en la nación suramericana y la región.

La festividad naval denominada Velas libertadoras es todo un espectáculo en las costas del estado de Vargas, suerte de mirador al que se espera concurran miles de espectadores.

El puerto de la Guaira acogerá durante cindo días a naves como Libertad (Argentina), Gloria (Colombia), Esmeralda (Chile), Cisne Branco (Brasil), Cuauhtémoc (México), Guayas (Ecuador), Capitán Miranda (Uruguay) y el Buque Escuela Simón Bolívar (Venezuela), en una iniciativa para levar anclas hacia la integración de los países de Latinoamérica.

El periplo de las embarcaciones, que forma parte de la regata Velas Suramérica 2010, comenzó en febrero pasado en Río de Janeiro.
Durante su recorrido visitaron puertos de varios países del área para arribar este sábado a Venezuela.

La fiesta naviera prevé recorridos por los barcos, junto a espectáculos culturales y deportivos en los que podrán participar las tripulaciones de la simbólica flota y visitantes.

El ministro de defensa, Carlos Mata, dio la bienvenida a las naves en cuales viajan más de mil 400 tripulantes.
República Dominicana será el siguiente destino para culminar después en México, itinerario que evoca la unidad de Latinoamérica.

American Sailing arrived today in Venezuela to celebrate the bicentennial of the beginning of the independence movement in the South American nation and the region.

The naval festival called Liberators Sails is a spectacle on the shores of the state of Vargas, a kind of viewpoint to which thousands of spectators expected to attend.

The port of La Guaira host five days for ships as Libertad (Argentina), Gloria (Colombia), Esmeralda (Chile), Cisne Branco (Brazil), Cuauhtemoc (Mexico), Guayas (Ecuador), Capitan Miranda (Uruguay) and Ship Simon Bolivar (Venezuela), in an initiative to set sail towards the integration of Latin American countries.

The voyage of the vessel, which is part of the South Regatta Sails 2010, began last February in Rio de Janeiro.
During his tour of several countries visited ports in the area to arrive on Saturday to Venezuela.

The party shipping company provides tours of the ships, along with cultural and sporting events where crews may participate in the symbolic fleet and visitors.

The defense minister, Carlos Mata, welcomed the ships which travel more than 400 crew members. Dominican Republic will be the next target for completion later in Mexico, an itinerary that evoked the unity of Latin America.


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GigaPan Stitch version 1.0.0805 (Windows)
Panorama size: 825 megapixels (63192 x 13064 pixels)
Input images: 114 (19 columns by 6 rows)
Field of view: 106.3 degrees wide by 22.0 degrees high (top=17.0, bottom=-4.9)
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