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Ma·tan·zas

 (mə-tăn′zəs, mä-tän′säs)
A city of northwest-central Cuba east of Havana. Founded in 1693, it was once a haven for pirates.

Matanzas

(məˈtænzəs; Spanish maˈtanθas)
n
(Placename) a port in W central Cuba: founded in 1693 and developed into the second city of Cuba in the mid-19th century; exports chiefly sugar. Pop: 130 000 (2005 est)

Ma•tan•zas

(məˈtæn zəs)

n.
a seaport on the NW coast of Cuba. 105,400.
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Caption: --Dana Greene Cuban pastors and chaplains pose for a photo during a two-day retreat with American pilgrims at La Milagrosa Retreat Center in Matanzas, Cuba, in January.
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