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Naguabo, Puerto Rico

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Country  United States
Area  60.1 sq mi
Mayor  Noe Marcano (PNP)
Population  27,051 (2011)
Founded  July 15, 1821

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Unemployment rate  12.9% (Feb 2015)
University  University of Turabo at Naguabo

Map of Naguabo, Puerto Rico

Naguabo ([naˈɣwaβo]) is a municipality in Puerto Rico (U.S.) located in the east coast of the island, north of Humacao; south of Río Grande and Ceiba; and east of Las Piedras. Naguabo is spread over 8 wards and Naguabo Pueblo (The downtown area and the administrative center of the city). It is part of the San Juan-Caguas-Guaynabo Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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Naguabo, Puerto Rico Culture of Naguabo, Puerto Rico

Naguabo is said to be the birthplace of the pastelillo de chapín, which is a popular food in Puerto Rico. It is trunkfish wrapped inside a flour dough that is deep fried. Pastelillo de chapín can be found in almost any seaside establishment on the island.

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Geography

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Naguabo is located in the southeast region of Puerto Rico. The northern part is within the Luquillo Mountain Range, which contain the Picos (tips) of the Este and the Oeste, at 3,448 and 3,346 feet (1,051 and 1,020 m) of altitude above sea level, respectively.

Landmarks and places of interest

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  • Algodones Key
  • El Yunque National Forest (South Side via PR State Road 191 - Closed at KM 13 (mile marker 8.1) (approx.) due to Road Closure)
  • Naguabo Beach
  • Punta Lima Beach
  • Ramón Rivero "Diplo" Monument
  • Tropical Beach
  • Yudelmi Center
  • Pedro Flores Monument
  • Hucares Waterfront (El Malecón - Boardwalk)
  • City Square (Plaza De Recreo)
  • Festivals and events

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  • Pedro Flores Week - March
  • Chapín Festival - February
  • Diplo Festival - June
  • Virgen del Carmen Fiesta - July 16
  • Patron Saint Festival - October 7
  • Transportation

    There is public transportation in Naguabo. It operates from 6:00 a.m. using the "Pisicorre" bus.

    Books about Naguabo

    Historia de Naguabo by Carmelo Rosario Natal

    References

    Naguabo, Puerto Rico Wikipedia


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