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  1. San Juan, officially Municipio de la Ciudad Capital San Juan Bautista, is the capital and most populous municipality in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, an unincorporated territory of the United States. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 395,326 making it the 46th-largest city under the jurisdiction of the United States. San Juan was founded by Spanish colonists in 1521, who called it Ciudad de Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico's capital is the second oldest European-established capital city in the Americas, after Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic. Several historical buildings are located in San Juan; among the most notable are the city's former defensive forts, Fort San Felipe del Morro and Fort San Cristóbal, and La Fortaleza, the oldest executive mansion in continuous use in the Americas.
  2. San Juan is the capital city of the Argentine province of San Juan in the Cuyo region, located in the Tulúm Valley, west of the San Juan River, at 650 m above mean sea level, with a population of around 112,000 as per the 2001 census [INDEC].
  3. San Juan a.k.a. Saint John: St. John is an island in the Caribbean Sea and a constituent district of the United States Virgin Islands, an unincorporated territory of the United States. St. John is located about four miles east of Saint Thomas, the location of the territory's capital, Charlotte Amalie, and four miles southwest of Tortola, part of the British Virgin Islands. It is 50.8 km² in area with a population of 4,170. Because there are no airports on St. John, the only access to the island is by boat. The ferry service runs hourly from St. Thomas and daily from Tortola; regular ferries also operate from Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada. Approximately 60% of the island is protected as Virgin Islands National Park.
  4. San Juan is a city in Hidalgo County, Texas. The population in July 2010 was 33,970 since then the population of San Juan increased since 2000 by +29.5%. It is part of the McAllen–Edinburg–Mission and Reynosa–McAllen metropolitan areas.
  5. San Juan a.k.a. San Juan Province, Argentina: San Juan is a province of Argentina, located in the western part of the country. Neighbouring provinces are, moving clockwise from the north, La Rioja, San Luis and Mendoza. It borders with Chile at the west.
  6. San Juan is a town in Trinidad and Tobago. It lies within the East-West Corridor in northern Trinidad, between Barataria and St. Joseph.
  7. San Juan is a census-designated place in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, United States. The population was 592 at the 2000 census.
  8. San Juan, Intibucá lies in the western highlands of Honduras between Gracias and La Esperanza.
    • also known as San Juan, Intibuca; San Juan, Intibucá
    • part of Honduras
  9. San Juan is a station on Line C of the Buenos Aires Underground.
  10. San Juan is a small village in northwestern Argentina. It is part of the Iruya Department in the Salta Province, located 7 km north of the Iruya village, 4 km northeast of the village of San Isidro and 4 km west of the village of Chiyayoc.

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Who is San Juan?

San Juan a.k.a. Henri San Juan is an actor.


San Juan is a fictional character from the 2007 film Caótica Ana.


"San Juan" is a book by Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá.

  • also known as "San Juan: memoir of a city"


San Juan is a card game designed by Andreas Seyfarth and published in 2004 by Alea in German and by Rio Grande Games in English. The game is derived from the board game Puerto Rico, and takes its name from San Juan, capital of Puerto Rico.

  • genre: German-style
  • publishers: Rio Grande Games, Ravensburger


San Juan is an educational institution, school.

Phrases with San Juan

Phrases starting with San Juan:

  1. san juan hill
  2. San Juan Gilia
  3. San Juan Milkweed
  4. San Juan Milkvetch
  5. san juan mountains
  6. San Juan Tuco-Tuco
  7. San Juan River Milkweed

Phrases ending with San Juan:

  1. Yerba De San Juan
  2. Bejuco De San Juan
  3. Hierba De San Juan

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for San Juan

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Google previewTravel Guide to the Jewish Caribbean and South America, A (2010)

by Frank, Ben G.

San Juan is a heady blend of AfroIndianCaribbean flavor and Hispanic sophistication, with dashes of familiar Yankee commerce...

Google previewTrout Country (1999)

Reflections on Rivers, Fly Fishing & Related Addictions by Bob Saile

The San Juan is an aberration as trout rivers go. It flows...

Google preview2004 Atlantic Boating Almanac (2004)

Gulf of Mexico

San Juan has several hospitals. (221) San Juan is a customs port of entry. (222) COAST GUARD.

Google previewCongressional Record (1910)

Proceedings and Debates of the ... Congress

San Juan is a fortified city, and the Government may be called upon to erect works there for protection against Some of the outside foes that we have heard so much about. The question of riparian rights is also involved. The Government may ...

Google previewPuerto Rico! (2000)

by Rick Graetz, Larry Mayer, Susie Graetz

Top: Old San Juan is a busy port for cruise ships. La bahía de San Juan es puerto para muchos cruceros. Facing page: Atlantic beaches and coastline near Arecibo. LARRY MAYER Al lado: Playas y costa del Atlántico cerca de Arecibo.

Google previewThe land of sunshine

San Juan is a large Indian Pueblo. Chamita, near San Juan, is considered by some historians the oldest white settlement in New Mexico. Chama is a modern railroad town on the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad on which it is a division point, ...

Google previewThe Rough Guide to South America On A Budget (2011)

by Rough Guides

SAN JUAN is a modern, low-rise provincial capital.

Google previewBlacktop Cowboys (2006)

Riders on the Run for Rodeo Gold by Ty Phillips

Rancho San Juan is a fourteen-thousand-acre cattle ranch surrounded by sprawling grape vineyards in the rolling hills of Los Alamos. It has been in the Branquinho family for five generations. But, like many of the nation's great cattle ranches, ...

Google previewThe Nautical Magazine for 1873 (2015)

by Various authors, Various

summarised from the “ Vancouver Island Pilot,” of Admiral Richards, may be of interest to our readers:— San Juan is an island of considerable size, being 13 miles in length and about 4 ...

Google previewConsuming the Entrepreneurial City (2008)

Image, Memory, Spectacle by Anne Cronin,, Kevin Hetherington

Surrounded by a military fort to the north and a cruise ship port to the south, Old San Juan is a busy commercial, tourist, and residential peninsula. Most of the residential area is concentrated in the north, with the exception of the bars and ...

Google previewDissertation Most Deadly (2004)

by Elizabeth Seitz

San Juan is an old walled city located at the highest point on the island. The city itself is hilly, and from various streets you can see the ocean on your right side and the harbor on your left. As soon as we reached the outskirts of the city proper, ...

Google previewEarly San Juan County (2008)

by LaVerne Tate, San Juan County Historical Society

San Juan is a large county today, but it was only a territory when it was first occupied. Since Utah became a state in 1896, women have always had the right to vote. Scholars have unearthed Spanish exploring forages that went through the ...

Google previewExporters' Encyclopaedia (1911)


(via San Juan) Aguada .

Google previewEncyclopedia of Disasters (2007)

Environmental Catastrophes and Human Tragedies by Angus Macleod Gunn

San Juan, Argentina, earthquake January 15, 1944 San Juan is situated in western Argentina, South America This magnitude 7.8 quake was the largest natural disaster in the history of Argentina, which caused the death of 1 0 percent of San ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Discovery and Exploration of the Pacific Islands (2005)

by Max Quanchi, John Robson

Santiago, San Anton, San Jorge, San Juan. 1543—1545 Gaetan Juan. Spanish navy. San Juan.

Google previewEncyclopedia of California (1997)

Anderson, San Juan Bautista Bertrand W. Gearhart, Fresno Alfred J. Elliott, Tulare George E. Outland, Santa Barbara H.

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance: K-Y (2004)

by Cary D. Wintz, Paul Finkelman

San Juan Hill In the mid-nineteenth century ...

Google previewLatter-Day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia (1920)

A Compilation of Biographical Sketches of Prominent Men and Women in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by Andrew Jenson

Smith in bringing a company of Saints through to colonize on the San Juan. They reached the present site of Bluff in April, 1880. Bro. Lyman became ...

Google previewThe Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: Southeast Asia (1998)

by Bruno Nettl, Terry E. Miller, Ruth M. Stone, Sean Williams

John the Baptist (San Juan) dates ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the World's Coastal Landforms (2010)

by Eric Bird

Fringing reefs line the coast between Fajardo and Cabo San Juan. The north coast of Puerto Rico is exposed to Atlantic swell and storms arriving across a narrow insular shelf, and has higher wave energy than elsewhere in Puerto Rico.

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I looked along the San Juan Islands and the coast of California, but I couldn't find the palette of green, granite, and dark blue that you can only find in Maine. (Parker Stevenson)
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