Baracoa

Baracoa

[bah-rah-kaw-ah]
noun
a seaport in E Cuba: oldest town in Cuba; settled 1512.
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baracoa

port city, eastern Cuba. It is situated on the extreme eastern part of the island, along a small semicircular bay on the north coast. Surrounded by rugged mountains, Baracoa was isolated from the rest of Cuba until a road was built through the mountains to connect it with Guantanamo in the 1960s.

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