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The caribbean region
The caribbean region
The caribbean region
The caribbean region
The caribbean region
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The caribbean region

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  • 1. THE CARIBBEAN REGIONNAME: JORGE MOLINA TRUJILLO
  • 2. THE CARIBBEAN REGION CONTAINS 6SUBREGIONS WHICH DIFFER IN CERTAIN NATURAL ASPECTS  Península de la Guajira.  Valles del alto Cesar y del alto Ranchería o Provincia de Padilla  Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.  Delta del río Magdalena.  Montes de María.  Sabanas de Córdoba, Sucre y Bolívar.  Valles aluviales de los ríos Sinú y alto San Jorge.
  • 3.  Valles aluviales de los ríos Sinú y alto San Jorge. Depresión Momposina. Región de La Mojana Golfo de Urabá. Aguas territoriales en el mar Caribe y territorios insulares(Archipiélago de San André, Providencia y Santa Catalina)
  • 4. The most popular local rhythms are the cumbia and vallenato.
  • 5. THE TYPICAL FOOD OFTHE CARIBBEAN REGION
  • 6. MYTHS AND LEGENDSThe Caribbean region has a rich tradition of myths and legeds thatinclude La Llorona, El Hombre Caimán, La Ciguapa, the VallenatoLegend, La Madre Monte, El Simborcito, la Mojana Legend, El Lucio
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