Isla de Cabras (Goats Island in English) is an islet located at the entrance of the San Juan bay in Puerto Rico.
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Trujillo Alto (Spanish pronunciation: [tɾuˈxiʎo ˈalto]) is a municipality of Puerto Rico located in the Northern Coastal Plain and in the karst zone, north of Caguas,and Gurabo; southeast of San Juan, and west of Carolina. Trujillo Alto is part of the San Juan Metropolitan Area, which includes the municipalities of Bayamón, Guaynabo, Cataño, and Toa Baja. The city is spread over 6 wards and Trujillo Alto Pueblo (The downtown area and the administrative center of the city).
Latitude: 18° 21' 16.81" N
Longitude: -66° 00' 26.60" W
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