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  1. sco.wikipedia.org › wiki › Puerto_RicoPuerto Rico - Wikipedia

    Puerto Rico (/ ˌ p ɔːr t ə ˈ r iː k oʊ / or / ˌ p w ɛər t ə ˈ r iː k oʊ /), offeecially the Commonweel o Puerto Rico (Spainish: Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico, [esˈtaðo ˈlibɾe asosˈjaðo ðe ˈpweɾto ˈriko] —literally Associatit Free State o Puerto Rico), is an unincorporatit territory o the Unitit States, locatit in the northeastren Caribbean Sea, east o the ...

  2. Der Freistaat Puerto Rico ( spanisch Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico [ esˈtɑðo ˈliβɾe ɑsoˈsjɑðo ðe ˈpweɾto ˈriko ], englisch Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, früher deutsch auch Portoriko ), kurz Puerto Rico genannt, ist das größte und einwohnerreichste der Außengebiete der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika.

  3. Puerto Rico, på engelska officiellt Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, på spanska officiellt Estado libre asociado de Puerto Rico, är en ögrupp – alternativt ö med tillhörande skärgård – i Karibien. Den fungerar som ett självstyrande territorium tillhörande USA.

  4. Puerto Rico ye un país d' America asentau en un archipielago d'o mar d'as Antillas, tamién conoixiu como mar Caribe. A o norte se troban Estaus Unius y as Bahamas; a l'ueste a Republica Dominicana y Haití (isla d' a Espanyola ), Cuba y Mexico; a o sudueste as Islas Caimán y Chamaica y a o sudeste, as Antillas Menors.

  5. The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority ( PREPA; Spanish: LUMA, AEE) was an electric power company owned by the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico responsible for electricity generation, power distribution, and power transmission on the island. [1]

  6. The International Olympic Committee 's official abbreviation for Puerto Rico is PUR . History [ change | change source] A team from Puerto Rico was first at the Olympic Games in 1948. They have been in every Summer Olympic Games since then. Puerto Rico has also been in the Winter Olympic Games since 1984, but missed the Games of 2006 and 2010.

  7. Dance and music are essential when describing the energy and vibrancy of Puerto Rico. They are the epitome of traditional expressions of the Island’s Boricua culture and heritage, a unique mix of Taíno, Spanish, and African traditions. Most dance steps are synced to a specific rhythm and genre, and the music usually shares the same name.