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Old 01-03-2020, 04:47 PM
Location: Somewhere on the Moon.
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I found these videos in Spanish of Spaniards living in Puerto Rico. Very interesting opinions. I'm willing to bet that many of these Spaniards are genetically related to many Puerto Ricans they know, especially those from the Canary Islands and Andalusia regions of Spain.

Andaluces en Puerto Rico

Aragoneses en Puerto Rico

Madrileños por el mundo: Puerto Rico

The following videos are of Spaniards in Puerto Rico. It's the same program broken in three sections.

Españoles en el mundo: Puerto Rico (1 de 3)

Españoles en el mundo: Puerto Rico (2 de 3)

Españoles en el mundo: Puerto Rico (3 de 3)
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