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Caibarién

 

a city and port in Cuba, in northern Las Villas Province. Population, 26, 400 (1967). Sugar is exported from the city, and metalworking, food, and building materials enterprises are located there. Caibarien is the center of a large agricultural region (sugarcane, fruits, livestock). There is also fishing.

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While pastoring First Presbyterian Church of Caibarien, a new post he took up in 1922, Lavastida-Diaz envisioned a school where Cuban youth could prepare for their future both academically and biblically.
Other key cities and towns: Placetas and Sagua la Grande (nearly 41,000 people each); Caibarien (32,700); Manicaragua and Camajuani (23,000 each); Remedios (18,600); Santo Domingo (16,200); Ranchuelo (16,800); Vueltas and Esperanza (12,000 each); Quemado de Guines (10,400), and Encrucijada (10,300).
Y si bien es cierto que un escritor como Vazquez Diaz -- nacido en Caibarien en la provincia de Villa Clara, educado en Polonia, quien hoy escribe desde Suecia y gana premios literarios en Francia y Espana -- puede parecer mas un ciudadano del mundo que un cubano, la problematica de sus obras sigue siendo "cubanocentrica," a contrapelo de la desterritorializacion y los anuncios sobre el "fin de la geografia" (O'Brian; Virilio).
Pedro was born in Caibarien Cuba, a son of Pedro and Ana M.
PDT Friday, the hurricane's center had exited the north coast of Cuba near Caibarien, and was located about 125 miles southwest of Andros Island in the Bahamas.
Reaching some destinations we haven't shared with guests before like Caibarien and Cayo Santa Maria, we truly hand-crafted this tour from scratch, driving the route by car, going door-to-door to seek out and choose activities that provide our guests experiences they won't find anywhere else.
Trip includes visits to Jewish centers in Havana, Santa Clara, Caibarien and Cienfuegos, and New Year's Eve in Havana.
A storm took it the other way, to Caibarien, a fishing village on Cuba's north coast.
Trip includes visits to Jewish centers in Havana, Santa Clara, Caibarien and possibly Cienfuegos, as well as New Year's Eve celebration in Havana.
SNC is served by a new two-lane road (apparently a military auxiliary airstrip) that connects the airport to the old Central Highway and to a road leading to Cayo Santa Maria through the old two-lane Caibarien road.
By comparison, coastal cities like Nuevitas, Puerto Padre, Cienfuegos, Sagua la Grande, Banes and Caibarien grew much more slowly.
Other important cities and towns include Placetas and Sagua la Grande (46,000 people each); Caibarien (35,000); Manicaragua (25,000); Camajuani (23,000); Remedios (22,000); Santo Domingo (17,000); Ranchuelo (16,000); Vueltas (13,000); Esperanza (12,000); Quemado de Guines (11,000), and Encrucijada (10,000).