Where is Cidra municipality in Puerto Rico located?

Where is Cidra municipality in Puerto Rico located?

Cidra, Puerto Rico. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Municipality in United States. Cidra (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈsiðɾa], Cider) is a municipality of Puerto Rico (U.S.) located in the central region of the island, north of Cayey; south of Comerío and Aguas Buenas; east of Aibonito and Barranquitas; and west of Caguas.

What kind of birds live in Cidra Puerto Rico?

The town is known for being the nesting place of the paloma sabanera (plain pigeon). The bird, which is at risk of extinction, is currently found mostly in the town of Cidra and other nearby towns.

When did Cidra become part of Cayey, Puerto Rico?

In 1902, the Legislative Assembly of Puerto Rico approved a law for the consolidation of certain municipalities. As a result, Cidra was again incorporated to the town of Cayey. However, in 1905 a new law revoked the previous one, turning Cidra into an independent municipality again.

Who are some famous people from Cidra Puerto Rico?

Cidra is also the birthplace of several important figures in the Puerto Rican sports scene. Some of them are former MLB players Luis Rivera and Luis López, as well as former coach of the Puerto Rico men’s national basketball team Flor Meléndez.

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