Municipalities of Cuba

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The provinces of Cuba are divided into 168 municipalities or municipios. They were defined by Cuban Law Number 1304 of July 3, 1976 [1] and reformed in 2010 with the abrogation of the municipality of Varadero and the creation of two new provinces: Artemisa and Mayabeque in place of former La Habana Province.

Summary[edit]

The municipalities are listed below, by province:

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

Municipalities by province[edit]

Source: Population from 2004 Census.[2] Area from 1976 municipal re-distribution.[3]

Artemisa Province[edit]

Artemisa Province is sub-divided into 11 municipalities. Artemisa was created in 2011 as a split of the former La Habana province and addition of the three most eastern municipalities of Pinar del Río.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Alquizar 29,616 193 22°48′24″N 82°34′58″W / 22.80667°N 82.58278°W / 22.80667; -82.58278 (Alquizar)
Artemisa 81,209 690 22°48′49″N 82°45′48″W / 22.81361°N 82.76333°W / 22.81361; -82.76333 (Artemisa)
Bauta 45,509 157 22°59′31″N 82°32′57″W / 22.99194°N 82.54917°W / 22.99194; -82.54917 (Bauta)
Caimito 36,813 238 22°57′28″N 82°35′47″W / 22.95778°N 82.59639°W / 22.95778; -82.59639 (Caimito)
Guanajay 28,429 113 22°55′50″N 82°41′16″W / 22.93056°N 82.68778°W / 22.93056; -82.68778 (Guanajay)
Güira de Melena 37,838 178 22°48′8″N 82°30′17″W / 22.80222°N 82.50472°W / 22.80222; -82.50472 (Güira de Melena)
Mariel 42,504 269 22°59′38″N 82°45′14″W / 22.99389°N 82.75389°W / 22.99389; -82.75389 (Mariel)
San Antonio de los Baños 46,300 127 22°53′20″N 82°29′55″W / 22.88889°N 82.49861°W / 22.88889; -82.49861 (San Antonio de los)
Bahía Honda 45,968 784 22°54′23″N 83°09′49″W / 22.90639°N 83.16361°W / 22.90639; -83.16361 (Bahía Honda)
Candelaria 19,523 299 22°44′40″N 82°57′57″W / 22.74444°N 82.96583°W / 22.74444; -82.96583 (Candelaria)
San Cristóbal 70,830 936 22°43′1″N 83°03′4″W / 22.71694°N 83.05111°W / 22.71694; -83.05111 (San Cristóbal)

Camagüey Province[edit]

Camagüey Province is sub-divided into 13 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Camagüey 324,921 1,106 21°23′2″N 77°54′26″W / 21.38389°N 77.90722°W / 21.38389; -77.90722 (Camagüey) Provincial capital
Carlos M. de Cespedes 25,707 653 21°34′37″N 78°16′39″W / 21.57694°N 78.27750°W / 21.57694; -78.27750 (Carlos M. de Cespedes)
Esmeralda 29,953 1,480 21°51′22″N 78°06′40″W / 21.85611°N 78.11111°W / 21.85611; -78.11111 (Esmeralda)
Florida 73,612 1,800 21°31′46″N 78°13′21″W / 21.52944°N 78.22250°W / 21.52944; -78.22250 (Florida)
Guáimaro 57,086 1,847 21°03′32″N 77°20′52″W / 21.05889°N 77.34778°W / 21.05889; -77.34778 (Guáimaro)
Jimaguayú 21,169 799 21°16′0″N 77°49′49″W / 21.26667°N 77.83028°W / 21.26667; -77.83028 (Jimaguayú)
Minas 38,517 1,015 21°29′22″N 77°36′17″W / 21.48944°N 77.60472°W / 21.48944; -77.60472 (Minas)
Najasa 16,470 921 21°05′2″N 77°44′49″W / 21.08389°N 77.74694°W / 21.08389; -77.74694 (Najasa)
Nuevitas 44,882 415 21°32′25″N 77°15′52″W / 21.54028°N 77.26444°W / 21.54028; -77.26444 (Nuevitas)
Santa Cruz del Sur 51,335 1,122 20°43′10″N 77°59′27″W / 20.71944°N 77.99083°W / 20.71944; -77.99083 (Santa Cruz del Sur)
Sibanicú 31,117 736 21°14′21″N 77°31′15″W / 21.23917°N 77.52083°W / 21.23917; -77.52083 (Sibanicú)
Sierra de Cubitas 18,589 549 21°43′59″N 77°46′14″W / 21.73306°N 77.77056°W / 21.73306; -77.77056 (Sierra de Cubitas) Sola
Vertientes 53,299 2,005 21°15′26″N 78°08′56″W / 21.25722°N 78.14889°W / 21.25722; -78.14889 (Vertientes)

Ciego de Ávila Province[edit]

Ciego de Ávila Province is sub-divided into 10 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Baraguá 32,408 728 21°40′56″N 78°37′28″W / 21.68222°N 78.62444°W / 21.68222; -78.62444 (Baraguá) Gaspar
Bolivia 16,612 918 22°04′30″N 78°21′1″W / 22.07500°N 78.35028°W / 22.07500; -78.35028 (Bolivia)
Chambas 39,868 769 22°11′48″N 78°54′47″W / 22.19667°N 78.91306°W / 22.19667; -78.91306 (Chambas)
Ciego de Ávila 135,736 445 21°50′53″N 78°45′46″W / 21.84806°N 78.76278°W / 21.84806; -78.76278 (Ciego de Ávila) Provincial capital
Ciro Redondo 29,560 588 22°01′8″N 78°42′10″W / 22.01889°N 78.70278°W / 22.01889; -78.70278 (Ciro Redondo)
Florencia 19,811 286 22°08′51″N 78°58′1″W / 22.14750°N 78.96694°W / 22.14750; -78.96694 (Florencia)
Majagua 26,617 544 21°55′28″N 78°59′26″W / 21.92444°N 78.99056°W / 21.92444; -78.99056 (Majagua)
Morón 60,612 615 22°06′39″N 78°37′40″W / 22.11083°N 78.62778°W / 22.11083; -78.62778 (Morón)
Primero de Enero 27,813 713 21°56′43″N 78°25′8″W / 21.94528°N 78.41889°W / 21.94528; -78.41889 (Primero de Enero) Violeta
Venezuela 27,333 716 21°45′4″N 78°46′44″W / 21.75111°N 78.77889°W / 21.75111; -78.77889 (Venezuela)

Cienfuegos Province[edit]

Cienfuegos Province is sub-divided into 8 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Abreus 30,330 564 22°16′50″N 80°34′4″W / 22.28056°N 80.56778°W / 22.28056; -80.56778 (Abreus)
Aguada de Pasajeros 31,687 680 22°23′5″N 80°50′46″W / 22.38472°N 80.84611°W / 22.38472; -80.84611 (Aguada de Pasajeros)
Cienfuegos 163,824 333 22°08′45″N 80°26′11″W / 22.14583°N 80.43639°W / 22.14583; -80.43639 (Cienfuegos) Provincial capital
Cruces 32,139 198 22°20′32″N 80°16′34″W / 22.34222°N 80.27611°W / 22.34222; -80.27611 (Cruces)
Cumanayagua 51,435 1,099 22°09′9″N 80°12′4″W / 22.15250°N 80.20111°W / 22.15250; -80.20111 (Cumanayagua)
Lajas 22,602 430 22°24′59″N 80°17′26″W / 22.41639°N 80.29056°W / 22.41639; -80.29056 (Lajas)
Palmira 33,153 318 22°14′40″N 80°23′39″W / 22.24444°N 80.39417°W / 22.24444; -80.39417 (Palmira)
Rodas 33,477 552 22°20′34″N 80°33′19″W / 22.34278°N 80.55528°W / 22.34278; -80.55528 (Rodas)

La Habana[edit]

Havana (Ciudad De La Habana), the national capital, is sub-divided into 15 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Arroyo Naranjo 210,053 83 23°02′37″N 82°19′58″W / 23.04361°N 82.33278°W / 23.04361; -82.33278 (Arroyo Naranjo)
Boyeros 188,593 134 23°00′26″N 82°24′6″W / 23.00722°N 82.40167°W / 23.00722; -82.40167 (Boyeros)
Centro Habana 158,151 4 23°08′0″N 82°23′0″W / 23.13333°N 82.38333°W / 23.13333; -82.38333 (Centro Habana)
Cerro 132,351 10 23°06′49″N 82°21′48″W / 23.11361°N 82.36333°W / 23.11361; -82.36333 (Cerro)
Cotorro 74,650 66 23°01′34″N 82°14′51″W / 23.02611°N 82.24750°W / 23.02611; -82.24750 (Cotorro)
Diez de Octubre 227,293 12 23°05′17″N 82°21′35″W / 23.08806°N 82.35972°W / 23.08806; -82.35972 (Diez de Octubre)
Guanabacoa 112,964 127 23°03′40″N 82°17′23″W / 23.06111°N 82.28972°W / 23.06111; -82.28972 (Guanabacoa)
La Habana del Este 178,041 145 23°09′25″N 82°17′49″W / 23.15694°N 82.29694°W / 23.15694; -82.29694 (La Habana del Este)
La Habana Vieja 95,383 5 23°08′20″N 82°21′20″W / 23.13889°N 82.35556°W / 23.13889; -82.35556 (La Habana Vieja) World Heritage Site
La Lisa 131,148 38 23°01′29″N 82°27′47″W / 23.02472°N 82.46306°W / 23.02472; -82.46306 (La Lisa)
Marianao 135,551 21 23°05′3″N 82°25′47″W / 23.08417°N 82.42972°W / 23.08417; -82.42972 (Marianao)
Playa 186,959 36 23°05′39″N 82°26′56″W / 23.09417°N 82.44889°W / 23.09417; -82.44889 (Playa)
Plaza de la Revolución 161,631 12 23°07′28″N 82°23′10″W / 23.12444°N 82.38611°W / 23.12444; -82.38611 (Plaza de la Revolución) Government District
Regla 44,431 9 23°07′32″N 82°18′55″W / 23.12556°N 82.31528°W / 23.12556; -82.31528 (Regla)
San Miguel del Padrón 159,273 26 23°05′47″N 82°19′36″W / 23.09639°N 82.32667°W / 23.09639; -82.32667 (San Miguel del Padrón)

Granma Province[edit]

Granma Province is sub-divided into 13 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Bartolomé Masó 53,024 629 20°10′7″N 76°56′33″W / 20.16861°N 76.94250°W / 20.16861; -76.94250 (Bartolomé Masó)
Bayamo 222,118 918 20°22′54″N 76°38′33″W / 20.38167°N 76.64250°W / 20.38167; -76.64250 (Bayamo) Provincial capital
Buey Arriba 31,327 452 20°10′25″N 76°44′57″W / 20.17361°N 76.74917°W / 20.17361; -76.74917 (Buey Arriba)
Campechuela 46,092 577 20°14′0″N 77°16′44″W / 20.23333°N 77.27889°W / 20.23333; -77.27889 (Campechuela)
Cauto Cristo 21,159 550 20°33′44″N 76°28′10″W / 20.56222°N 76.46944°W / 20.56222; -76.46944 (Cauto Cristo)
Guisa 50,923 596 20°15′40″N 76°32′17″W / 20.26111°N 76.53806°W / 20.26111; -76.53806 (Guisa)
Jiguaní 60,320 646 20°22′24″N 76°25′20″W / 20.37333°N 76.42222°W / 20.37333; -76.42222 (Jiguaní)
Manzanillo 130,789 498 20°20′23″N 77°06′31″W / 20.33972°N 77.10861°W / 20.33972; -77.10861 (Manzanillo)
Media Luna 35,330 376 20°08′40″N 77°26′10″W / 20.14444°N 77.43611°W / 20.14444; -77.43611 (Media Luna)
Niquero 41,252 582 20°02′50″N 77°34′41″W / 20.04722°N 77.57806°W / 20.04722; -77.57806 (Niquero)
Pilón 29,751 462 19°54′20″N 77°19′15″W / 19.90556°N 77.32083°W / 19.90556; -77.32083 (Pilón)
Río Cauto 47,833 1,500 20°33′50″N 76°55′2″W / 20.56389°N 76.91722°W / 20.56389; -76.91722 (Río Cauto)
Yara 59,415 576 20°16′37″N 76°56′49″W / 20.27694°N 76.94694°W / 20.27694; -76.94694 (Yara)

Guantánamo Province[edit]

Guantánamo Province is sub-divided into 10 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Baracoa 81,794 977 20°21′2″N 74°30′37″W / 20.35056°N 74.51028°W / 20.35056; -74.51028 (Baracoa)
Caimanera 10,562 366 19°59′42″N 75°09′35″W / 19.99500°N 75.15972°W / 19.99500; -75.15972 (Caimanera)
El Salvador 45,662 637 20°12′35″N 75°13′22″W / 20.20972°N 75.22278°W / 20.20972; -75.22278 (El Salvador)
Guantánamo 244,603 741 20°08′13″N 75°12′50″W / 20.13694°N 75.21389°W / 20.13694; -75.21389 (Guantánamo) Provincial capital
Imías 20,959 524 20°04′37″N 74°39′6″W / 20.07694°N 74.65167°W / 20.07694; -74.65167 (Imías)
Maisí 28,276 525 20°14′36″N 74°09′21″W / 20.24333°N 74.15583°W / 20.24333; -74.15583 (Maisí) La Máquina
Manuel Tames 14,200 526 20°10′50″N 75°03′5″W / 20.18056°N 75.05139°W / 20.18056; -75.05139 (Manuel Tames) Jamaica
Niceto Pérez 17,783 640 20°07′40″N 75°20′31″W / 20.12778°N 75.34194°W / 20.12778; -75.34194 (Niceto Pérez)
San Antonio del Sur 26,509 585 20°03′25″N 74°48′28″W / 20.05694°N 74.80778°W / 20.05694; -74.80778 (San Antonio del Sur)
Yateras 20,358 664 20°21′1″N 74°55′27″W / 20.35028°N 74.92417°W / 20.35028; -74.92417 (Yateras) Palenque

Holguín Province[edit]

Holguín Province is sub-divided into 14 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Antilla 12,222 100 20°50′55″N 75°45′9″W / 20.84861°N 75.75250°W / 20.84861; -75.75250 (Antilla)
Báguanos 52,854 806 20°45′47″N 76°01′46″W / 20.76306°N 76.02944°W / 20.76306; -76.02944 (Báguanos)
Banes 81,274 781 20°58′12″N 75°42′41″W / 20.97000°N 75.71139°W / 20.97000; -75.71139 (Banes)
Cacocum 42,623 661 20°44′38″N 76°19′27″W / 20.74389°N 76.32417°W / 20.74389; -76.32417 (Cacocum)
Calixto García 57,867 617 20°51′15″N 76°36′7″W / 20.85417°N 76.60194°W / 20.85417; -76.60194 (Calixto Garcia) Buenaventura
Cueto 34,503 326 20°38′54″N 75°55′54″W / 20.64833°N 75.93167°W / 20.64833; -75.93167 (Cueto)
Frank País 25,621 510 20°39′53″N 75°16′53″W / 20.66472°N 75.28139°W / 20.66472; -75.28139 (Frank País) Cayo Mambí
Gibara 72,810 630 21°06′26″N 76°08′12″W / 21.10722°N 76.13667°W / 21.10722; -76.13667 (Gibara)
Holguín 326,740 666 20°53′20″N 76°15′26″W / 20.88889°N 76.25722°W / 20.88889; -76.25722 (Holguín) Provincial Capital
Mayarí 105,505 1,307 20°39′34″N 75°40′40″W / 20.65944°N 75.67778°W / 20.65944; -75.67778 (Mayarí)
Moa 71,079 730 20°38′24″N 74°55′3″W / 20.64000°N 74.91750°W / 20.64000; -74.91750 (Moa)
Rafael Freyre 50,080 620 21°01′42″N 75°59′47″W / 21.02833°N 75.99639°W / 21.02833; -75.99639 (Rafael Freyre) Santa Lucía
Sagua de Tánamo 52,013 704 20°35′10″N 75°14′30″W / 20.58611°N 75.24167°W / 20.58611; -75.24167 (Sagua de Tánamo)
Urbano Noris 43,892 846 20°36′5″N 76°07′57″W / 20.60139°N 76.13250°W / 20.60139; -76.13250 (Urbano Noris) San Germán

Isla de la Juventud[edit]

Labeled as "special municipality", Isla de la Juventud is administered as a single administrative unit. Nueva Gerona is the municipal capital.

Mayabeque Province[edit]

Mayabeque Province is sub-divided into 11 municipalities. Mayabeque was created in 2011 as a split of former La Habana province.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Batabanó 25,664 187 22°43′29″N 82°17′23″W / 22.72472°N 82.28972°W / 22.72472; -82.28972 (Batabanó)
Bejucal 25,425 120 22°55′58″N 82°23′13″W / 22.93278°N 82.38694°W / 22.93278; -82.38694 (Bejucal)
Güines 68,951 445 22°50′52″N 82°01′25″W / 22.84778°N 82.02361°W / 22.84778; -82.02361 (Güines)
Jaruco 25,658 276 23°02′34″N 82°00′33″W / 23.04278°N 82.00917°W / 23.04278; -82.00917 (Jaruco)
Madruga 30,640 464 22°54′59″N 81°51′25″W / 22.91639°N 81.85694°W / 22.91639; -81.85694 (Madruga)
Melena del Sur 20,445 227 22°46′54″N 82°08′54″W / 22.78167°N 82.14833°W / 22.78167; -82.14833 (Melena del Sur)
Nueva Paz 24,277 515 22°45′48″N 81°45′29″W / 22.76333°N 81.75806°W / 22.76333; -81.75806 (Nueva Paz)
Quivicán 29,253 283 22°49′29″N 82°21′21″W / 22.82472°N 82.35583°W / 22.82472; -82.35583 (Quivicán)
San José de las Lajas 69,375 591 22°58′5″N 82°09′21″W / 22.96806°N 82.15583°W / 22.96806; -82.15583 (San José de las Lajas)
San Nicolás 21,563 242 22°46′55″N 81°54′24″W / 22.78194°N 81.90667°W / 22.78194; -81.90667 (San Nicolás)
Santa Cruz del Norte 32,576 376 23°09′21″N 81°55′35″W / 23.15583°N 81.92639°W / 23.15583; -81.92639 (Santa Cruz del Norte)

Las Tunas Province[edit]

Las Tunas Province is sub-divided into 8 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Amancio 41,523 857 20°49′11″N 77°35′3″W / 20.81972°N 77.58417°W / 20.81972; -77.58417 (Amancio)
Colombia 32,942 563 20°59′27″N 77°24′57″W / 20.99083°N 77.41583°W / 20.99083; -77.41583 (Colombia)
Jesús Menéndez 51,002 638 21°09′49″N 76°28′38″W / 21.16361°N 76.47722°W / 21.16361; -76.47722 (Jesús Menéndez)
Jobabo 49,403 884 20°54′29″N 77°16′59″W / 20.90806°N 77.28306°W / 20.90806; -77.28306 (Jobabo)
Las Tunas 187,438 891 20°57′36″N 76°57′16″W / 20.96000°N 76.95444°W / 20.96000; -76.95444 (Victoria de Las Tunas) Provincial capital
Majibacoa 40,264 621 20°55′2″N 76°52′34″W / 20.91722°N 76.87611°W / 20.91722; -76.87611 (Calixto) Calixto
Manatí 33,573 953 21°18′53″N 76°56′15″W / 21.31472°N 76.93750°W / 21.31472; -76.93750 (Manatí)
Puerto Padre 93,705 1,178 21°11′43″N 76°36′5″W / 21.19528°N 76.60139°W / 21.19528; -76.60139 (Puerto Padre)

Matanzas Province[edit]

As for 2011 Matanzas Province is sub-divided into 13 municipalities, since Varadero municipality was abrogated.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Calimete 29,736 958 22°32′2″N 80°54′35″W / 22.53389°N 80.90972°W / 22.53389; -80.90972 (Calimete)
Cárdenas 103,087 566 23°02′34″N 81°12′13″W / 23.04278°N 81.20361°W / 23.04278; -81.20361 (Cárdenas)
Cienaga de Zapata 8,750 4,320 22°17′17″N 81°11′51″W / 22.28806°N 81.19750°W / 22.28806; -81.19750 (Playa Larga) Playa Larga
Colón 71,579 597 22°43′21″N 80°54′23″W / 22.72250°N 80.90639°W / 22.72250; -80.90639 (Colón)
Jagüey Grande 57,771 882 22°31′46″N 81°07′57″W / 22.52944°N 81.13250°W / 22.52944; -81.13250 (Jagüey Grande)
Jovellanos 58,685 505 22°48′38″N 81°11′52″W / 22.81056°N 81.19778°W / 22.81056; -81.19778 (Jovellanos)
Limonar 25,421 449 22°57′22″N 81°24′31″W / 22.95611°N 81.40861°W / 22.95611; -81.40861 (Limonar)
Los Arabos 25,702 762 22°44′24″N 80°42′57″W / 22.74000°N 80.71583°W / 22.74000; -80.71583 (Los Arabos)
Martí 23,475 1,070 22°57′9″N 80°55′0″W / 22.95250°N 80.91667°W / 22.95250; -80.91667 (Martí)
Matanzas 143,706 317 23°03′5″N 81°34′30″W / 23.05139°N 81.57500°W / 23.05139; -81.57500 (Matanzas) Province capital
Pedro Betancourt 32,218 388 22°43′50″N 81°17′27″W / 22.73056°N 81.29083°W / 22.73056; -81.29083 (Pedro Betancourt)
Perico 31,147 278 22°46′31″N 81°00′54″W / 22.77528°N 81.01500°W / 22.77528; -81.01500 (Perico)
Unión de Reyes 40,022 856 22°48′2″N 81°32′13″W / 22.80056°N 81.53694°W / 22.80056; -81.53694 (Unión de Reyes)
Varadero 24,681 32 23°08′23″N 81°17′10″W / 23.13972°N 81.28611°W / 23.13972; -81.28611 (Varadero) merged into Cardenas in 2011

Pinar del Río Province[edit]

As for 2011 Pinar del Río Province is sub-divided into 11 municipalities, since the three most eastern municipalities were transferred to Artemisa Province.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Bahía Honda 45,968 784 22°54′23″N 83°09′49″W / 22.90639°N 83.16361°W / 22.90639; -83.16361 (Bahía Honda) Transferred to Artemisa Province in 2011
Candelaria 19,523 299 22°44′40″N 82°57′57″W / 22.74444°N 82.96583°W / 22.74444; -82.96583 (Candelaria) Transferred to Artemisa Province in 2011
Consolación del Sur 87,500 1,112 22°30′0″N 83°30′55″W / 22.50000°N 83.51528°W / 22.50000; -83.51528 (Consolación del Sur)
Guane 35,893 717 22°12′2″N 84°05′1″W / 22.20056°N 84.08361°W / 22.20056; -84.08361 (Guane)
La Palma 35,426 621 22°45′22″N 83°33′12″W / 22.75611°N 83.55333°W / 22.75611; -83.55333 (La Palma)
Los Palacios 38,950 786 22°34′57″N 83°14′56″W / 22.58250°N 83.24889°W / 22.58250; -83.24889 (Los Palacios)
Mantua 26,065 915 22°17′27″N 84°17′14″W / 22.29083°N 84.28722°W / 22.29083; -84.28722 (Mantua)
Minas de Matahambre 34,419 858 22°34′57″N 83°56′57″W / 22.58250°N 83.94917°W / 22.58250; -83.94917 (Minas de Matahambre)
Pinar del Río 190,532 708 22°25′33″N 83°41′18″W / 22.42583°N 83.68833°W / 22.42583; -83.68833 (Pinar del Río) Provincial capital
San Cristóbal 70,830 936 22°43′1″N 83°03′4″W / 22.71694°N 83.05111°W / 22.71694; -83.05111 (San Cristóbal) Transferred to Artemisa Province in 2011
San Juan y Martínez 45,061 409 22°16′0″N 83°50′2″W / 22.26667°N 83.83389°W / 22.26667; -83.83389 (San Juan y Martínez)
San Luis 34,085 765 22°16′59″N 83°46′4″W / 22.28306°N 83.76778°W / 22.28306; -83.76778 (San Luis)
Sandino 39,245 1,718 22°04′52″N 84°13′18″W / 22.08111°N 84.22167°W / 22.08111; -84.22167 (Sandino)
Viñales 27,129 704 22°36′55″N 83°42′57″W / 22.61528°N 83.71583°W / 22.61528; -83.71583 (Viñales)

Sancti Spíritus Province[edit]

Sancti Spíritus Province is sub-divided into 8 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Cabaiguán 67,224 597 22°05′2″N 79°29′43″W / 22.08389°N 79.49528°W / 22.08389; -79.49528 (Cabaiguán)
Fomento 33,528 471 22°06′19″N 79°43′12″W / 22.10528°N 79.72000°W / 22.10528; -79.72000 (Fomento)
Jatibonico 42,708 276 21°56′47″N 79°10′3″W / 21.94639°N 79.16750°W / 21.94639; -79.16750 (Jaruco)
La Sierpe 16,937 1,035 21°45′39″N 79°14′36″W / 21.76083°N 79.24333°W / 21.76083; -79.24333 (La Sierpe)
Sancti Spíritus 133,843 1,151 21°56′3″N 79°26′37″W / 21.93417°N 79.44361°W / 21.93417; -79.44361 (Sancti Spíritus) Provincial capital
Taguasco 36,365 518 22°00′19″N 79°15′54″W / 22.00528°N 79.26500°W / 22.00528; -79.26500 (Taguasco)
Trinidad 73,466 1,155 21°48′16″N 79°58′58″W / 21.80444°N 79.98278°W / 21.80444; -79.98278 (Trinidad)
Yaguajay 58,938 1,032 22°19′50″N 79°14′13″W / 22.33056°N 79.23694°W / 22.33056; -79.23694 (Yaguajay)

Santiago de Cuba Province[edit]

Santiago de Cuba Province is sub-divided into 9 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Contramaestre 101,832 610.3 20°18′0″N 76°15′2″W / 20.30000°N 76.25056°W / 20.30000; -76.25056 (Contramaestre)
Guama 35,516 964.6 19°57′13″N 76°44′58″W / 19.95361°N 76.74944°W / 19.95361; -76.74944 (Guama)
Mella 33,667 335.2 20°22′10″N 75°54′39″W / 20.36944°N 75.91083°W / 20.36944; -75.91083 (Mella)
Palma Soriano 124,585 845.8 20°12′51″N 75°59′30″W / 20.21417°N 75.99167°W / 20.21417; -75.99167 (Palma Soriano)
San Luis 88,496 498 20°11′17″N 75°50′55″W / 20.18806°N 75.84861°W / 20.18806; -75.84861 (San Luis)
Santiago de Cuba 472,255 1,023.8 20°02′25″N 75°48′53″W / 20.04028°N 75.81472°W / 20.04028; -75.81472 (Santiago de Cuba) Provincial capital
Segundo Frente 40,885 540 20°24′43″N 75°31′43″W / 20.41194°N 75.52861°W / 20.41194; -75.52861 (Mayarí Arriba) Mayarí Arriba
Songo-La Maya 100,287 721 20°10′24″N 75°38′46″W / 20.17333°N 75.64611°W / 20.17333; -75.64611 (La Maya) La Maya
Tercer Frente 30,457 364 20°10′19″N 76°19′38″W / 20.17194°N 76.32722°W / 20.17194; -76.32722 (Cruce de los Baños) Cruce de los Baños

Villa Clara Province[edit]

Villa Clara Province is sub-divided into 13 municipalities.

Municipality Population
(2004)
Area
(km²)
Location Remarks
Caibarién 38,064 212 22°30′57″N 79°28′20″W / 22.51583°N 79.47222°W / 22.51583; -79.47222 (Caibarién)
Camajuaní 63,544 614 22°28′5″N 79°43′25″W / 22.46806°N 79.72361°W / 22.46806; -79.72361 (Camajuaní)
Cifuentes 33,391 512 22°37′15″N 80°03′57″W / 22.62083°N 80.06583°W / 22.62083; -80.06583 (Cifuentes)
Corralillo 27,571 843 22°59′9″N 80°34′58″W / 22.98583°N 80.58278°W / 22.98583; -80.58278 (Corralillo)
Encrucijada 33,641 345 22°37′2″N 79°51′58″W / 22.61722°N 79.86611°W / 22.61722; -79.86611 (Encrucijada)
Manicaragua 73,370 1,063 22°09′1″N 79°58′34″W / 22.15028°N 79.97611°W / 22.15028; -79.97611 (Manicaragua)
Placetas 71,837 601 22°18′58″N 79°39′19″W / 22.31611°N 79.65528°W / 22.31611; -79.65528 (Placetas)
Quemado de Güines 22,590 338 22°47′24″N 80°15′21″W / 22.79000°N 80.25583°W / 22.79000; -80.25583 (Quemado de Güines)
Ranchuelo 59,062 556 22°20′10″N 80°06′46″W / 22.33611°N 80.11278°W / 22.33611; -80.11278 (Ranchuelo)
Remedios 46,482 560 22°29′32″N 79°32′44″W / 22.49222°N 79.54556°W / 22.49222; -79.54556 (Remedios)
Sagua la Grande 56,097 661 22°48′32″N 80°04′15″W / 22.80889°N 80.07083°W / 22.80889; -80.07083 (Sagua la Grande)
Santa Clara 237,581 514 22°24′20″N 79°57′14″W / 22.40556°N 79.95389°W / 22.40556; -79.95389 (Santa Clara) Provincial capital
Santo Domingo 53,840 883 22°35′1″N 80°14′18″W / 22.58361°N 80.23833°W / 22.58361; -80.23833 (Santo Domingo)

Municipal maps[edit]

The maps below show the municipal subdivision of each province, in yellow, within Cuba. Each provincial capital is shown in red.1

Note:

^1Exceptions related to the provinces shown only in red: Havana is a city-province, and shows also its 15 municipal boroughs. Isla de la Juventud is a special (and single) municipality having provincial level.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fifth United Nations Conference on the Standardization of Geographical Names, Vol. II, published by the United Nations, New York, 1991
  2. ^ Atenas.cu (2004). "2004 Population trends, by Province and Municipality" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-10-06. 
  3. ^ Statoids (July 2003). "Municipios of Cuba". Retrieved 2007-10-06. 

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