Vuelta Abajo

Vuelta Abajo (vwĕlˌtä äbäˈhō) [key] or Vueltabajo vwĕlˌtäbäˈhō, district, c.90 mi (140 km) long and c.10 mi (16 km) wide, Pinar del Rio prov., W Cuba, along the southern piedmont of the Órganos Mts. Famous for the fine quality of its tobacco, which is some of the world's best, Vuelta Abajo supplies a large proportion of the total Cuban crop.

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