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Ciudad Gua·ya·na(gwə-yä′nə, gwä-yä′nä)
A city of eastern Venezuela on the Orinoco River. It was founded in 1961 as a planned community.
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Ciudad Guayana(Spanish siuˈðað ɡwaˈjana)
(Placename) an industrial conurbation in E Venezuela, on the River Orinoco: iron and steel processing, gold mining. Pop: 807 000 (2005 est). Former name: Santo Tomé de Guayana
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Ciu•dad Gua•ya•na(syuˈðɑð gwɑˈyɑ nɑ)
a city in NE Venezuela, on the Orinoco River. 453,047.
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