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Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
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    (1515- )
    Founded by Diego Velazquez de Cuellar
    Located south-east of Havana
    Capital of Santiago de Cuba Province
    Population: 509,143
    Second largest city in Cuba
    It lost its status as Cuba's capital city to Havana (1607).
    It was twice sacked by pirates (1553 and 1662).
    It is where Fidel Castro had his Cuban Revolution victory celebration (1959).
    It has steep streets and the balconies of some buildings tend to get crowded.
    Over 130,000 homes were damaged in by Hurricane Sandy (2012).
    The Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    It has a major seaport on a bay linked to the Caribbean Sea.
    It has a mixture of wealthy Spanish and African culture.
    It preserved places such as the first home and first copper mine located in the Americas as and the country's first museum and first cathedral.
    The musical instrument, trompeta china, is part of Carnival's traditional music.
    Music producer and husband of Gloria Estefan, Emilio Estefan was born here.

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