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a port in southeastern Spain on the Mediterranean

a port city in northwestern Colombia on the Caribbean

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Coordination and direction services for sports activities of the polytechnic university of cartagena.
With Cartagena being one of the most popular destinations in the country, we are proud to announce the opening of Conrad Cartagena as the newest addition to our luxury portfolio in the region," said Tom Potter, senior vice president, operations, Latin America and the Caribbean, Hilton.
Enrolling at the University of the East College of Dentistry, Cartagena found herself digging root canals instead of serves and spikes.
AMS provided advice, traffic forecasting and business development support to Sociedad Aeroportuaria de la Costa (SACSA) and Cartagena Tourism, which resulted in a KLM Royal Dutch Airlines' decision to launch a three-times weekly Amsterdam service, operated by a Boeing 787-9 aircraft.
Pedro Romero, o artesao: trabalho, raca e diferenciacao social em Cartagena de Indias no final do dominio colonial
In addition to its eye-catching architectural design, the building is known for the use of innovative materials, made locally in Cartagena.
Cartagena Capital will be renamed Bryan, Garnier and Co.
Scania AB (STO:SCVA) announced on Sunday its selection by the Colombian city of Cartagena as the exclusive provider for two trunk lines for the city's brand new Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) system, called Transcaribe.
5) Numerosos criticos estarian de acuerdo con Daisy Cocco de Filippis que Cartagena Portalatin es la escritora dominicana mas importante del siglo veinte (76).
She noted that Syria is the first country in the Arab world and the fifteenth worldwide out of 158 countries which joined the Nagoya-Kuala Lumpur Protocol, as a complement to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety.
Around 8,000 British forces died trying to capture Cartagena.
En el trabajo se subraya la relevancia del puerto de Cartagena de Indias en sus relaciones maritimas y se evaluan las intensidades y jerarquias de sus conexiones mundiales, bajo la perspectiva de la ampliacion del Canal de Panama y las nuevas opciones que se abren hacia los traficos maritimos con puertos europeos, y la recomposicion operada en los traficos transpacificos.
Este articulo hace parte de un trabajo mas amplio titulado Cine, cultura popular y educacion en Cartagena 1936-1957, cuyo proposito general consistio en analizar el proceso de apropiacion social de la modernidad cultural de los sectores populares de Cartagena, a traves del consumo del cine mexicano en su epoca de oro.
However, only a few can compare to the tenure, experience and legacy of the City of Walnut Mayor Antonio "Tony" Cartagena.
Violent Delights, Violent Ends: Sex, Race, & Honor in Colonial Cartagena de Indias