Caibarién

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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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Rehabilitacion y reanimacion turistica del balneario Mar Azul, Caibarien, Cuba".
Seawater surged three blocks inland in the town of Caibarien and a provincial museum in the town was left in ruins.
People walked through ankle-deep water in Caibarien, a fishing town where streets were flooded and covered in seaweed.
In the fishing town of Caibarien, residents swept mud from beachside homes after storm surge drove 3 feet (1 meter) of seawater up the shore.
L'oeil du cyclone se trouvait alors a 190 km de la ville cubaine de Caibarien, et a environ 480 km au sud-est de Miami, en Floride (Etats-Unis), selon le Centre national americain des ouragans (NHC).
We eased ourselves into the next day with a trip to fishing village Caibarien.
Modelacion matematica hasta el ano 2020 de la densidad larvaria anofelinica de mosquitos (Diptera Culicidae) en Caibarien, provincia de Villa Clara, Cuba.
Caibarien, Santiago de Cuba, Santa Clara, El Cano, La Habana y Baltimore, entre otros lugares, asi como de sus experiencias y meditaciones politicas, letradas, amorosas, familiares y de trabajo se han convertido en argumentos esgrimidos para interpretar sus poemas tanto ineditos como publicados.
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.
Hace muy poco esa noticia fue complementada por otra de similar signo, pero en un area distinta: la eleccion del transgenero Jose Agustin Hernandez (Adela) como delegado/a del Poder Popular en la remota localidad de Caibarien (Victoria Burnett, "A Transgender Elected Official Reflects an Evolving Cuba", 15 de marzo de 2013).