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It's strange and stirring, while reading such imaginative fiction as Gabriel García Márquez's "Love in a Time of Cholera" to turn a corner and find yourself in the very square where Ferdinand Ariza so pined for Fermina Daza. He pined for her under tamarind trees in a fictional place that Márquez called the Park of the Evangels. Today, it is called Plaza Fernández de Madrid and you can see the white house with the second-floor balcony, covered with vines,...
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