Cíbola

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Cí·bo·la

 (sē′bə-lə)
A vaguely defined historical region generally thought to be in present-day northern New Mexico. It included seven pueblos, the fabled Seven Cities of Cíbola, which were sought by the earliest Spanish explorers for their supposed riches.

Cí•bo•la

(ˈsi bə lə)

n.
Seven Cities of, legendary cities of great wealth believed by Spanish explorers to exist in what is now the U.S. Southwest.