List of cities in Cuba facts for kids

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Map of Cuba
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Havana, Capital of Cuba
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Camagüey

The nation of Cuba has several cities.

Largest cities

These are the largest cities in Cuba. Beside each city in the list below is the number of people who live in the city. All numbers are from 2003.

  • Havana, 2,201,610
  • Santiago de Cuba, 423,392
  • Camagüey, 301,574
  • Holguín, 269,618
  • Santa Clara, 210,220
  • Guantánamo, 208,145
  • Bayamo, 144,664
  • Las Tunas, 143,582
  • Cienfuegos, 140,734
  • Pinar del Río,139,336
  • Matanzas, 127,287
  • Ciego de Avila, 106,225
  • Sancti Spiritus, 98,283
  • Manzanillo, 97,038
  • Cardenas, 80,832
  • Palma Soriano, 76,169
  • Moa, 57,652

Other cities

These are other important cities.

  • Morón, 53,551 (second city in the Ciego de Avila Province)
  • Nueva Gerona, 46,923 (Capital of the Isle of Youth Special Municipality)
  • Contramaestre, 44,752
  • Colón, 44,520
  • Artemisa, 43,427 (Capital of the new Artemisa Province, 2011)
  • Güines, 42,801 (most populated city of the new Mayabeque Province, 2011)
  • Sagua La Grande, 41,756 (second city of the Villa Clara Province)
  • Trinidad, 41,293 (second city of the Sancti Spiritus Province, historical city, one of the seven initial towns in Cuba, tourist attraction)
  • Placetas, 40,982
  • Baracoa, 39,190 (The second most populated city in Guantanamo Province, the first town founded in Cuba by Spaniards)
  • Nuevitas, 38,995 (important industrial city and port in Camaguey)
  • San José de las Lajas, 33233 (capital of the new Mayabeque Province, 2011)
  • Mayarí, 29,027


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