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Ciénaga

 

a city in northern Colombia, in the department of Magdalena. Population, 69,100 (1972). Ciénaga, a port on the Caribbean Sea, exports bananas. It is the trade center of an agricultural region that produces bananas, cotton, tobacco, and cacao. Local industry includes the processing of agricultural raw materials and fishing.

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Six of these areas have been granted international status by the UN: Biosphere Reserve of Guanahacabibes y Sierra del Rosario, in Pinar del Rio; Cuchillas del Toa, in Guantanamo; Baconao (Santiago de Cuba-Guantanamo), Cienaga de Zapata (Matanzas), and Buenavista, in Sancti Spiritus.
Park rules require visitors to stay on the trail and, for those involved in excursions requiring more than one day, overnight camping is restricted to designated sites strategically located along the forty-two-mile trail that stretches between the major entrances at La Cienaga and Mata Grande.
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Not much, in fact--with the exception of specific programs like the massive planting of timber and fruit trees since 1959, the protection of the Cienaga de Zapata swamps and a national recycling plan implemented in 1961.
After additional fieldwork, he began to define the attributes for the distinct groups--La Aguada, La Cienaga, Condorhuasi, La Candelaria--early cultures (circa 500 B.
The Marte deposit is situated at 4,200 metres above sea level and lies to the south of the Salar de Maricunga at Quebrada de Cienaga Redonda in Chile's mountainous Third Region, in the Province of Copiapo.
14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Drummond LTD today released results of an internal investigation it has conducted into events that took place at its port facilities in Cienaga on January 12 and 13.
One of the island's most important ecological reserves, the Cienaga de Zapata, covers two-thirds of the land area of Matanzas, which with 11,803 sq km (4,559 sq miles) is the 2nd-largest province in Cuba, after Camaguey.
Maria Cano, by the Colombian director Camila Loboguerrero, is a biographical film about the Colombian woman poet and labor leader of the twenties which depicts scenes from Bogota's 1926 Workers' Congress and the 1928 massacre of banana pickers in Cienaga.
The well is targeting gas in Cienaga de Oro sands with an estimated total depth of 12,170 feet measured depth ("MD").
Cuban state-tourism chain Horizontes Hoteles plans to boost adventure and risk attractions this year, with special emphasis on Cienaga de Zapata in southern Matanzas province.
Highlights of the new winery include the preservation of a number of 200 year-old California oak trees, utilization of sustainable design elements such as a "green roof" of native grasses, the repurposing of 50 year-old heartwood redwood fermentation tanks purchased 18 years ago from the old Almaden winery in the Cienaga Valley and the installation of solar panels on the roof of the parking structure and mechanical room resulting in significant savings in electricity and hot water costs.