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In this photo taken on Friday, Nov. 12, 2010, flamenco dancer Andrea Fernandez performs at Palacio del Flamenco in Seville, Spain. Spain's flamenco dance is among 51 proposals to be considered for inclusion on two UNESCO intangible cultural heritage lists. The Paris-based U.N. organization said that Tuesday Nov. 16 meeting in Nairobi, Kenya, will determine which of the proposals make the final cut. Thirty-one countries on four continents fielded proposals.  (AP Photo/Miguel Angel Morenatti)
Photo by: Miguel Angel Morenatti
In this photo taken on Friday, Nov. 12, 2010, flamenco dancer Andrea Fernandez performs at Palacio del Flamenco in Seville, Spain. Spain's flamenco dance is among 51 proposals to be considered for inclusion on two UNESCO intangible cultural heritage lists. The Paris-based U.N. organization said that Tuesday Nov. 16 meeting in Nairobi, Kenya, will determine which of the proposals make the final cut. Thirty-one countries on four continents fielded proposals. (AP Photo/Miguel Angel Morenatti)

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