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    Trinidad and Tobago: A Piece of India in

    Located in the archipelago of the Lesser Antilles, in the Caribbean Sea, a few miles from the coast of Venezuela, the islands of Trinidad and Tobago are the largest of a group of islands that make up...

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    Trinidad and Tobago: A Piece of India in

    Directed by Pietro Pellizzieri 2021 29 min
    We will fly to the most beautiful beaches of Tobago, over spectacular waterfalls, and reach a natural pool of unreal colors. It is called Nylon Pool, a name that was given to this unreal side of the Caribbean Sea by Princess Margaret visiting the island in 1962.
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    Trinidad and Tobago: A Piece of India in

    We will fly to the most beautiful beaches of Tobago, over spectacular waterfalls, and reach a natural pool of unreal colors. It is called Nylon Pool, a name that was given to this unreal side of the Caribbean Sea by Princess Margaret visiting the island in 1962.

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