Baza


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Baza

(bä`thä), town (1990 pop. 21,123), Granada prov., S Spain, in Andalusia. It is a food-processing center for a fertile farm area noted especially for its cattle. Baza has flour and textile mills, tanneries, and cement plants. An important city of the Moorish kingdom of Granada, it fell to the Spaniards in 1489 after a year-long siege.
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Overa ll, while Manetsch's book may contain few surprises for specialists, it is certainly very useful to have Baza's political relations with French Huguenots outlined here in such detail for the years 1572-98.
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A doctor at the Ghazni Civil Hospital, Baza Ahmed, confirmed six people were killed and three injured in the blast.