Western Cuba

Western Cuba is a region of . It includes the following provinces from west to east: Pinar del Rio province, Isla de la Juventud, Artemisa, Havana province, Mayabeque, and Matanzas province.

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is the capital and largest city of . The heart of the La Habana province, is the country's main port and leading commercial center. Photo: Rastapopulous, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the second-largest and the seventh-largest island in the West Indies. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is in Western Cuba. It is the closest town to resort. Photo: Emmanuel Huybrechts, CC BY 2.0.

Pinar del Río is the capital city of . Photo: Mmoyaq, CC BY-SA 3.0.


is a relatively exclusive part of Western Cuba, abundant with private hotels, gorgeous white beaches and the country's only full golf course. Photo: Emmanuel Huybrechts, CC BY 2.0.

is a town and municipality in the north-central of . Photo: Kirua, CC BY 2.5.

is a municipality and city in , formerly part of .

del Sur, or simply , is a small resort island in , off the south coast of the northwestern part of the main island in the . Photo: balepc, CC BY 3.0.

The Zapata Swamp is located on the in the southern of , in the municipality of . Photo: NASA, Public domain.

is a small seaside town in Havana Province, just east of Playas De Este and Santa Maria del Mar, around 30-40 km east of Havana. Photo: Qyd, CC BY 2.5.

is a village belonging to the town of Candelaria in Western Cuba.

The is a nature reserve in province of . Photo: Manfred Foeger, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Western Cuba

Latitude of center
22.7356° or 22° 44' 8.2" north
Longitude of center
-82.8833° or 82° 52' 59.9" west

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