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|Alba Ciudad 96.3 Caracas||Varied,News,World Tropical||Venezuela|
|Radio Venezuela 790 AM||Adult Contemporary||Venezuela|
|RNV 3: Radio Musical||World Tropical||Venezuela|
|Radio Nacional Informativo||News||Venezuela|
|YVKE Radio Mundial Caracas||News||Venezuela|
|Unión Radio Noticias||News Talk||Venezuela|
|RNV 2: Radio Clasico||Classical||Venezuela|
|Morros FM||Pop,Top 40||Venezuela|
|RNV 4: Radio Activa||Dance||Venezuela|
|ULA FM 107.7||Varied||Venezuela|
|Kontacto 99.3||Adult Contemporary||Venezuela|
Opciones caraqueñas para todos aquellos que disfrutan de la adrenalina y el deporte en nuestra ciudad.
Caracas FC VS LLANEROS Líder en Deportes
UNIVERSITARIO DE DEPORTES goleo al Caracas F.C. por 4-1 por la Copa Libertadores de America 1993, los goles fueron de Ronald Baroni, Jorge Amado Nunes (2) y José Luis "El Puma" Carranza, este partido es muy recordado por la hinchada por la forma en que jugo la crema y por la vuelta al Perú de un jugador muy querido y en esos momentos jugaba por el Caracas, Juan Carlos Letelier. Subido por KIKETON.
Trabajo realizado por www.laiguana.tv
Un día lleno de adrenalina se vive en el campamento La Kaskada. Volar en globo, hacer canyoning, tirolina, rapel, escalada y disfrutar de hidrotubos. Pueden conseguir más información en http://www.estampas.com/entretenimiento/120902/un-dia-de-experiencia-extrema
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