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The Island of Puerto Rico
Transcript of The Island of Puerto Rico
By Felixandro Gonzalez and Nicholas Ibarez
The picture below is the capital of Puerto Rico.It is called San Juan.San Juan was founded by Spanish colonist in 1521,who called it Ciudad de Puerto Rico.Ciudad de Puerto Rico means city of Puerto Rico in spanish
Many people come to the beach to relax and swim.The picture below is an image of a beach in Puerto Rico.You can also surf on waves.
As you can see in the picture below the population of Puerto Rico in 2010 was bigger than what it was before.On the right it shows that the population has decreased.
As you can see in the pie chart there are more Roman Catholics than Protestants or other in Puerto Rico
These people are enjoying the Puertorican Parade.The Puertorican Parade is held in Humboldt Park in Chicago.
In Puerto Rico there are many kinds of food. The left is empanada.The right is alcapurria.The middle is mofongo with shrimp
This is our Puerto Rico alien and his alien family
Facts about Puerto
Puerto Rico is an archipelago that includes the main island of Puerto Rico and a number of smaller islands,the largest of which are Vieques, Culebra, and Mona.The main island of Puerto Rico is by land area , the smallest of the Greater Antilles.
Websites we used
called welcome to Puerto Rico
One of Puerto Rico's notable exports is its music,
which is probably the predominant Caribbean music
heard in the United States. Some of the instruments
used in traditional Puerto Rican music originated with the Taino people. Most noteworthy is the guicharo, or guiro,a notched hollowed-out gourd,which was adapted from pre-Columbian days. At least four different instruments were adapted from the six-string Spanish classical guitar:
the requinto,the bordonua,the cuatro,and the triple,
each of which produces a unique tone and pitch.