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February 04, 2009
A waiter at the Urkupina restaurant opens for business to sell the popular dish "caldo de cardan", made...
El Alto, Bolivia
A waiter at the Urkupina restaurant opens for business to sell the popular dish "caldo de cardan" in...
A waiter at the Urkupina restaurant opens for business to sell the popular dish "caldo de cardan", made from boiled bull's penis and testicles, in El Alto on the outskirts of La Paz February 2, 2009. The soup, considered to be an energy booster and sought after by people suffering from anemia, hangovers and sexual impotency, costs less than $2 per dish and is generally sold in restaurants located near the slaughterhouses in Bolivian cities. Picture taken February 2. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
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