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Ruta Quetzal

The Ruta Quetzal  (“Quetzal Route”) is a trip taken yearly by hundreds of Latin American, Spanish, and other Spanish-speaking students. It started in 1979, when Miguel de la Quadra-Salcedo proposed to former king Juan Carlos I of Spain his idea to create a trip for teenagers from Spain, Latin America and other countries of Asia and Europe; one which would promote intercultural exchange between the youth of Spanish speaking countries, as well as youngsters from more than 50 countries.  1.917 palabras más

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