Jiguaní

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Jiguaní

 

a city in eastern Cuba, in Granma Province, on the Central Highway. Population, 10,700 (1970). Jiguaní has a railroad station. The city is the trading center of an agricultural region, and it has a tobacco industry. Manganese ores and marble are mined nearby.

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By the time of President McKinley's inauguration on March 4, 1897, the Insurrectos had acquired heavy cannon and were preparing to lay siege to the fortified town of Jiguani Oriente in eastern Cuba.
Other key cities: Niquero (21,636), Jiguani (21,130), Guisa (20,461), Campechuela (17,139), Media Luna (15,732), Bartolome Maso (14,442), Rio Cauto (13,757), Pilon (12,608), Yara (12,403) and Mabay (11,633).
Guanabacoa, Campeche, Regla, Jiguani, and various other pueblos in Cuba represent centres where indigenous and regional Amerindian peoples congregated, interacted, and married--among themselves and with Spanish, creole, African-Cuban, and other insular inhabitants--contributing to Cuba's rich cultural diversity.
Other key cities are Niquero (21,636), Jiguani (21,130); Guissa (20,461), Campechuela and Media Luna (18,000), Rio Cauto and Bartolome Maso (15,000) and Yara (12,000).
Other key cities are Niquero (21,000), Jiguani and Guisa (20,000), Campechuela and Media Luna (18,000), Rio Cauto and Bartolome Maso (15,000) and Yara (12,000).