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Barrancabermeja and her Nuestroamericanos
People don’t tend to visit Barrancabermeja, Colombia’s urban petroleum refinery, but, in spite of the drawbacks and negativity surrounding the city, there are histories that need telling here, principally that of the “Nuestroamericanos”. Who were these “nuestroamericanos”? For some reason … Continue reading
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