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Map is showing Cuba, the largest Caribbean island is situated in the western West Indies, south of Florida and The Bahamas, north of the Caribbean Sea with Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. Cuba shares maritime borders with The Bahamas, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, and the United States.

Cuba occupies an area of about 110,000 km², compared it is about the size of Bulgaria, or slightly smaller than the U.S. state of Pennsylvania.

The island nation has a population of 11.2 million (official estimate 2010); capital is Havana (Habana); official language is Spanish.

Depicted on the map are provincial boundaries, the national capital Havana, provincial capitals, major cities, main roads, railroads and major airports.

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Administrative Divisions of Cuba:

The map shows Cuba's fourteen provinces and one special municipality.

Cuba's provinces from west to east:
1. Pinar del Río (Pinar del Río), 2. La Habana (Havana), 3. Ciudad de La Habana (Havana), 4. Matanzas (Matanzas), 5. Cienfuegos (Cienfuegos),
6. Villa Clara (Santa Clara), 7. Sancti Spíritus (Sancti Spíritus), 8. Ciego de Ávila (Ciego de Ávila), 9. Camagüey (Camagüey), 10. Las Tunas (Victoria de Las Tunas),
11. Granma (Bayamo), 12. Holguín (Holguín), 13. Santiago de Cuba (Santiago de Cuba), 14. Guantánamo (Guantánamo)

The island of Isla de laJuventud with its capital NuevaGerona is a special municipality.

Guantanamo Bay Naval Base located at Guantánamo Bay. The oldest overseas U.S. Naval Base is leased for use as a naval station in the Cuban–American Treaty of 1903 (for $2,000 until 1934, for $4,085 since 1938 until now!). Since 2002, the naval base maintains a military prison, the Guantanamo Bay detention camp (Camp Delta) for 'unlawful' combatants captured in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other places during the War on Terror.
Cities and towns in Cuba:

Map shows the location of following cities and towns in Cuba:

Antilla, Artemisa, Baracoa, Bayamo, Cabañas, Caibarién, Camagüey, Cárdenas, Ciego de Ávila, Cienfuegos, Colón, Corralillo, Esmeralda, Florida, Gibara, Guane, Guantánamo, Habana, Holguín, Júcaro, La Esperanza, La Fe, La Isabela, Los Arroyos, Manzanillo, Martí, Matanzas, Moa, Morón, Niquero, Nueva Gerona, Nuevitas, Pedro Betancourt, Pinar del Río, Playa Girón, San Cristóbal, Sancti Spíritus, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz del Sur, Santa Fe, Santiago de Cuba, Surgidero de Batabano, Trinidad, Tunas de Zaza, and Victoria de las Tuna.
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