Definition of Cartagena in English:


Syllabification: Car·ta·ge·na
Pronunciation: /ˌkärtəˈhānə, -ˈgānə
  • 1A port in southeastern Spain; population 210,376 (2008). Originally named Mastia, it was refounded as Carthago Nova (New Carthage) in circa 225 bc as a base for the Carthaginian conquest of Spain.
  • 2A port, resort, and oil-refining center in northwestern Colombia, on the Caribbean Sea; population 885,400 (2005).

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