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List of places in Cuba

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List of places in Cuba

This is a list of places in Cuba.

Contents

  • Cities 1
  • Provinces 2
    • Historic provinces 2.1
    • Special territories 2.2
  • Geographic features 3
  • Municipalities 4
  • References 5

Cities

Provinces

Historic provinces

Special territories

Geographic features

Municipalities

The provinces of Cuba are divided into 169 municipalities (municipios). They were defined by Cuban Law Number 1304 of July 3, 1976.[1]

Province Municipalities
Artemisa Province
Camagüey Province
Ciego de Ávila Province
Cienfuegos Province
Granma Province
Guantánamo Province
Havana
Holguín Province
Isla de la Juventud Isla de la Juventud (seat: Nueva Gerona)
Las Tunas Province
Matanzas Province
Mayabeque Province
Pinar del Río Province
Sancti Spíritus Province
Santiago de Cuba Province
Villa Clara Province

References

  1. ^ Fifth United Nations Conference on the Standardization of Geographical Names, Vol. II, published by the United Nations, New York, 1991
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