[ US /ˌkɑɹtəˈdʒinə/ ]
  1. a port in southeastern Spain on the Mediterranean
  2. a port city in northwestern Colombia on the Caribbean
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How To Use Cartagena In A Sentence

  • On March 16 the vessel was refloated and berthed at Cartagena.
  • Márquez, 82, affectionately known as Gabo throughout Latin America, divides his time between Mexico City and Cartagena in Colombia. Books news, reviews and author interviews |
  • Vincent successfully converted tens of thousands of people, including Rabbi Paul of Burgos, who became the bishop of Cartagena.
  • We had a short trip from Miami to Cartagena and we started feeling the calid breeze as soon as we stepped out of the plane. Recent Updates
  • We look forward to the next Senior Officials meeting to be held next year in Cartagena, Colombia and the Ministerial meeting� in the Philippines in 2003. Mr Downer Welcomes the Outcomes of Inaugural Fealac Meeting - Media release - Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • And in 1995, he petrified holidaymakers by pumping a volley of bullets into the air outside a disco in the Caribbean resort of Cartagena.
  • Salibi had tried to sever all ties to Cartagena but Arguello wouldn't let him. CHAMELEON
  • Sofitel Cartagena Santa Clara The colonial patio in Sofitel's Santa Clara hotel Even though much of the jungle is still semi-flooded we soldier on and hire some mules and a guide to take us to the nearest swimming beach La Piscina, located a half-hour walk away when it is more clement, an hour this time. Navigating Through Colombia
  • Salibi had tried to sever all ties to Cartagena but Arguello wouldn't let him. CHAMELEON
  • Cartagena is on the north coast of Colombia, and the Master diverted there.
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