Cabo de Cruz
Cabo de Cruz, known as Cape Cruz in English, is a cape in southern Cuba that extends into the Caribbean Sea. The cape was once home to a Spanish Navy fort that watched over Cuba's southern waters, but the fort was seized by pirates under Edward Kenway in March 1716 after a destructive battle. The cape would serve as a pirate stronghold until the end of the Golden Age of Piracy.

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