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Las Tetas De Cayey
also called "Cerro Las Tetas" and "Cerro del Torito"

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  1. are two mountain peaks in Salinas, Puerto Rico nicknamed so for their similarity to a woman's breasts (the word "tetas" is colloquial for "breasts" in Spanish, much like the English word, "tits")

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  2. They are located near the Monumento al Jíbaro Puertorriqueño Statue which is found along Highway PR-52 which cuts across the island from north to south

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  3. Recently the town of Salinas took the town of Cayey to court over the location of "Las Tetas" and won, so "Las Tetas de Cayey" is now located within the municipality of Salinas

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  4. Even so, the name of the mountains are so embedded in Puerto Rican culture, they are still referred to as "Las Tetas de Cayey" It is also believed these mountains were used in the Cuban coat of arms in an effort to simbolize the union between Puerto

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