cartagena cartagena  /ˌkɑr tə ˈdʒi nə/


  1. (n) a port in southeastern Spain on the Mediterranean
  2. (n) a port city in northwestern Colombia on the Caribbean


  • Action Report: Finally! Long awaited demolition

    Bill Capo / Action Reporter Email: | Twitter: @billcapo NEW ORLEANS -- Where a decaying town home once stood, the demolition crew mopped up the debris after tearing the structure down, as neighbor Linda Cartagena watched, praying, crying and cheering. "Hallelujah! I might look crazy, but I'm just so happy," said Linda as she laughed with happiness. "I mean I cried so much, you ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans


  1. "The experience of living in Cartagena was incredible," said Bratt, who attended the film's premiere Thursday night at a theater on South Beach's famed Lincoln Road.
    on Nov 2, 2007 By: Benjamin Bratt Source: The State

  2. "I had an accident at the biking tests in Cartagena, and to be safe I went to a hospital. I was driving down start-finish and when breaking into the first corner I hit some bumps, which made me fall. The checks in the hospital showed nothing and I...
    on Feb 12, 2009 By: Michael Schumacher Source: Hindu

  3. "I told my wife I'll never forget Cartagena, Colombia," said Miller, who joins former Giants broadcasters Lon Simmons and Russ Hodges as winners of the award. "The first thing I thought of was Lon Simmons and Russ Hodges, who taught me the...
    on Feb 1, 2010 By: Jon Miller Source: USA Today

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