Definition of Capital of Cuba
1. Noun. The capital and largest city of Cuba; located in western Cuba; one of the oldest cities in the Americas.
Generic synonyms: National Capital
Group relationships: Cuba, Republic Of Cuba
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Literary usage of Capital of Cuba
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1. The Story of Cuba: Her Struggles for Liberty: The Cause, Crisis and Destiny by Murat Halstead (1897)
"Life in the capital of Cuba during the War Time.—Hotel Apartments and Furniture—Breakfasts—Barber Shops—Bar Rooms—Narrow Streets—The Double Standard—The ..."
2. Cuba and Her People of To-day: An Account of the History and Progress of the by Charles Harcourt Ainslie Forbes-Lindsay (1911)
"... CHAPTER XIV THE capital of Cuba THE full name of the capital of Cuba is San Cristobal de la Habana. In 1634 a royal decree conferred upon the City the ..."
3. Colton's New Introductory Geography by George Woolworth Colton (1880)
"P—a. West Indies.—Which is the largest island ? To what country does it belong? To Spain. What is the capital of Cuba ? What large island east of Cuba ? ..."
4. The Eclectic Elementary Geography (1883)
"Havana is the capital of Cuba, and the largest city in the West Indies. ... What is the capital of Cuba ?—15. Where are the Antilles ? The Bahamas? ..."
5. United States in War with Spain and the History of Cuba: A Thrilling Account by Trumbull White (1898)
"Several of his successors followed his example, and in 1589 it was legally made the capital of Cuba, Early Government of Cuba. ..."