Camagüey

What is Camagüey known for?


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, Ignacio Agramonte International Airport. Most tourists going to or leaving the Beach of Santa Lucía (Playa Santa Lucía) do so through the airport. Education thumb left Institute of Secondary Education (File:Instituto De Segunda Ensenanza.jpg) Although it is not the only high school in the City, the Pre-Universitario, sometimes referred to as "Vocational School" but formally known as "Instituto Pre-Universitario Vocacional de

as teenagers spend weeks away from their family. In Camagüey City, there are other high schools, as well as schools for athletes (ESPA, and EIDE), for artists ( The School of Art ), and the Military High School "Camilo Cienfuegos" ( also known as "Camilitos", in honor of Camilo Cienfuegos, hero of the Cuban Revolution ). The University of Camagüey, is located in the city, with engineering and basic and humanitarian sciences programs. There are separate university colleges


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, a record that has not been surpassed. Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Cuba Localities Camagüey Commons:Category:Camagüey


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, a record that has not been surpassed. Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Cuba Localities Camagüey Commons:Category:Camagüey


military high

The Hostos family surname (originally Ostos) came from the Castile (Castile and León) region of Spain when Don Eugenio de Ostos y Del Valle, born Ecija, Seville (Seville (province)), Spain, moved to Camagüey, Cuba, and married, in 1736, Doña María Josefa del Castillo y Aranda. It was their son Don Juan José de Ostos y del Castillo who settled in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. Genealogía de don Eugenio María de Hostos 5 5. Doña María Altagracia Rodriguez y Velasco b. Dominican Republic. 4 4. Don Juan José de Ostos y del Castillo b. 1750, Camagüey, Cuba 3 3. Doña María Hilaria de Bonilla y Cintron The depression and its precursor disturbance (Tropical cyclogenesis#Low level disturbance) dropped heavy rainfall across Cuba for about one


medical science

for Medical education (Carlos J Finlay University of Medical Science) and Pedagogical Science. Climate According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Camagüey has a tropical savanna climate, abbreviated "Aw" on climate maps. Climate Summary for Camagüey, Cuba


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). Father José Olallo Valdés worked there, and was beatified in the city on November 29, 2008. Olympic champion amateur boxer at 75 kg in Sydney 2000 was Jorge Gutiérrez Espinosa, born 18 September 1975 in Camagüey. See also * Camagüey, Cuba: Essays, monographs, legends, poems

, images * Madison-Camagüey Sister City Association * Links to sites offering Casa Particular in Camaguey * Camaguey City Map * Historic Centre of Camagüey by UNESCO *


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acceptance to College. The size of the institution qualifies it as a "learning city". The students, during the three-year period (10th to 12th grade), are influenced by bonds of brotherhood and teachings that last a lifetime. This center is homologous to others existing in the rest of the country's provinces. Students usually form close bonds and lasting friendships while at the institution, but family bonds sometimes suffer and "traditional" moral attitudes tend to shift


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; The storm destroyed over 100 tobacco drying barns, including their contents. The destruction of the tobacco represented a $30 million loss for the country. High winds also destroyed 96 tobacco storage facilities, although the tobacco was removed beforehand.


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Ramón Betancourt (1823–1890), author of ''Una feria de caridad en 183…'' (ellipses in original title), set in Camagüey in the late 1830s. José Ramón Betancourt, ''Una feria de caridad en 183…'', Third Edition, Barcelona, 1885. Online at Google Books. Accessed 2010-01-21; some pages are only partly legible. Alma caused significant crop damage in western Cuba; it destroyed 13,400 acres (5,400 hectares) of bananas and 18,090 acres (7,320 hectares) of corn fields. There were also heavy losses to fruit trees and to the sugar industry, after the storm destroyed sugar mills and the rail lines that carried the cane to the mills. The storm destroyed over 100 tobacco drying barns, including their contents. The destruction of the tobacco represented a $30 million loss for the country. High winds also destroyed 96 tobacco storage facilities, although the tobacco was removed beforehand. Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Cuba Localities Camagüey Commons:Category:Camagüey


legal career

, Camagüey, Cuba death_date DATE OF BIRTH January 6, 1926 PLACE OF BIRTH Berrocal, Camagüey, Cuba DATE OF DEATH February 13, 2003 Guillén was born in Camagüey, Cuba. He studied law at the University of Havana, but he soon abandoned a legal career and worked as a typographer and journalist. On October 28, 1959, Camilo’s Cessna 310 ('FAR-53') disappeared over the ocean during a night flight from Camagüey

Camagüey

'''Camagüey''' ( ) is a city and municipality in central Cuba and is the nation's third largest city with more than 321,000 inhabitants. It is the capital of the Camagüey Province.

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