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Crowd gathered to watch Alejandro Eloy Carrasquel Aparicio play baseball on the eve of the Venezuelan day in Venezuela.
Venezuelan baseball player Alejandro Eloy Carrasquel Aparicio plays baseball on the eve of Venezuelan day. Statue of Simon Bolivar with ‘Simon Bolivar El Libertador’ written under it. Huge crowd gather in the stadium for the baseball match. Alejandro Eloy Carrasquel Aparicio speaks over the microphone after the match. Venezuelan flag on pole outside a building. Men and women at a cafeteria. Location: Venezuela. Date: July 5, 1939.
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