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Moa Nikel Mines

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Stopped here on the way to Baracoa

Parts of the city is typical Cuban. Once you get to the nickel mining area, it reminded me on how... read more

Reviewed 4 February 2014
cuba9999
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Kingston, Ontario
Passing Moa

The road between Moa and Baraccoa is one well worth driving. It took us 3h and a half to do the 70... read more

Reviewed 28 December 2015
bdbrgh
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Belgium
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28 Dec 2015
“Passing Moa”
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Reviewed 28 December 2015

The road between Moa and Baraccoa is one well worth driving. It took us 3h and a half to do the 70 kilometers (yes!). But the landscape and nature were breathtaking.

1  Thank bdbrgh
Reviewed 20 September 2015 via mobile

Moa is a very plain town. It has quite a bit of pollution and I met many people on my travels through the area that had told me that many pregnant women leave due to the pollution. It is noticeable. I am a canadian and...More

1  Thank Will C
Reviewed 4 February 2014

Parts of the city is typical Cuban. Once you get to the nickel mining area, it reminded me on how Sudbury once looked. Didn't stay here very long and continued our drive down to Baracoa. Road to Baracoa from Moa was very rough to say...More

6  Thank cuba9999
Reviewed 14 November 2012

The coast and countryside in this area is quite beautiful once you are away from the town and its industry. The town is surrounded by a vast stripped landscape and various refineries. Nickel and cobalt are mined, processed, and marketed by subsidiaries of a joint...More

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