Julia Guerra of Brazil Crowned Miss Latin America of the World 2013

Julia Guerra of Brazil was crowned Miss Latin America of the World 2013 or Miss America Latina del Mundo 2013 at the conclusion of the pageant for beauties of Latina descent across the globe held on August 31, 2013 at the Monte Alban Theatre of the Barceló Maya Beach Resort in Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Julia Guerra Miss Latin America of the World 2013

Julia Guerra was crowned Miss Latin America of the World 2013

Her court includes the first runner-up Laura Cantillo of Colombia, the second runner-up Fanny Barroso of Mexico, the third runner-up Ashley Garner of United States and the fourth runner-up Geraldine Domingues of Portugal.

Miss América Latina del Mundo 2013 Julia Guerra. She was crowned on August 31, 2013 in Mexico.

Miss América Latina del Mundo 2013 Julia Guerra. She was crowned on August 31, 2013 in Mexico.

Miss America Latina del Mundo 2013 Final Results:

Winner: Miss Brazil (Julia Guerra)
1st Runner-Up: Miss Colombia (Laura Cantillo)
2nd Runner-Up: Miss Mexico (Fanny Barroso)
3rd Runner-Up: Miss USA (Ashley Garner)
4th Runner-Up: Miss Portugal (Geraldine Domingues)

Remaining 12 Semifinalists:
Argentina, Canada, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru, & Venezuela.

Special Awards:
Queen of South America: Colombia (Laura Cantillo)
Queen of Central America: Costa Rica (Natalie Álvarez)
Queen of North America & the Caribbean: Mexico (Fanny Barroso)
Queen of Europe: Catalonia (Jéssica Oliveras)
Best Cultural Costume: Netherlands (Romina Verdoorn)
Best National Costume: Panama (Arlin Jarquín)
Most Original Costume: Chile (Fernanda Carvajal).

Miss América Latina or Miss América Latina del Mundo, known in English as Miss Latin America or Miss Latin America of the World, is an international beauty contest held annually. It is organized by the Miss América Latina Organization. Despite its name, the contest is not restricted to only Latin American nations. It is designed for women of Latina descent across the globe. There is an average of about 20 contestants every year. It has two sister pageants: Miss Latina US (which selects the US delegate to Miss América Latina) and Miss Teen US Latina.

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