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Holguín City in se Cuba, its port on the Atlantic Ocean. Founded c.1720, it was the focus for rebellions against Spanish rule (1868–78, 1895–98). Located on a fertile plateau, it exports tobacco and cattle products. Industries: sugar cane, coffee, timber, furniture. Pop. (1995 est.) 243,240.