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Downtown Disney West Side
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La Nouba is a extraordinary avant-garde circus spectacle performed by Cirque du Soleil exclusively in the Downtown Disney West Side area at Walt Disney World Resort. La Nouba is performed at an exceptional theater built especially for Cirque du Soleil.

The show's international cast of acrobats, athletes and performance more than 65 artists representing 15 countries.

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Uploaded: 19/05/2009
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Tags: orlando; downtown; disney; marketplace; shops; lego; pleasure; island; rainforest; plant; hollywood; harley; davidson; cirque; soleil; nouba; blues; panorama
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