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“ NEW YORK — New York City’s Fifth Avenue was transformed into a huge party Sunday as thousands marched and celebrated the National Puerto Rican Day Parade.
Crowds along the parade route waved the red, white, and blue of the Puerto Rican flag and cheered participants. Salsa dancers and dancers of the traditional “bomba y plena” paraded up the avenue surrounded by colorful floats and bands with trumpets and drums.
“It is an honor to be here because this year the parade celebrates our town, Guayama. We call it the town of the witches”, 50-year-old Adelaida Lopez said.
Approximately 80,000 people participate in the … Full Story