Ron Verzuh

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Apr 10, 2009

Stalin's Arizona connection

Ron Verzuh
Taliesin West in Arizona was the home of Frank Lloyd Wright, self-described as America’s greatest architect. It's also Goldwater-McCain country, with an unlikely Stalin connection.
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Mar 27, 2009

Slumming in Colombia

Ron Verzuh
The raw statistics of the past twenty years in Colombia are shocking: 4 million displaced, 15,000 disappeared, 3,000 kidnapped and 20,000 political assassinations.
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Feb 24, 2009

Brazil's Sin City: The view from above

Ron Verzuh
As the world watches the Carnaval festivities, we look at Brazil's teeming metropolis as seen from the iconic Christ statue high above Rio de Janeiro.
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Feb 13, 2009

Pablo Neruda’s Pacific hideaway

Ron Verzuh
Chile's Nobel Prize-winning poet found serenity, inspiration and love at Isla Negra, a small coastal town a 90 minute bus ride from Santiago.
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Jan 28, 2009

The legend of Evita lives on

Ron Verzuh
The Buenos Aires graveside of a secular saint still fascinates and puzzles tourists who flock to the La Recoleta cemetery.
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Jan 9, 2009

Apartheid's prison: A journey to Robben Island

Ron Verzuh
Robben Island was once notorious as the prison home of many leaders of the anti-apartheid movement, including former South African president Nelson Mandela.

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