Cape San Antonio, Cuba
|Location||Capo San Antonio
|Year first constructed||1850|
|Tower shape||cylindrical tower with balcony and lantern|
|Markings / pattern||white tower, grey metallic lantern|
|Height||23 metres (75 ft)|
|Focal height||31 metres (102 ft)|
|Light source||mains power|
|Range||22 nautical miles (41 km; 25 mi)|
|Characteristic||Fl (2) W 10s.|
Cape San Antonio (Spanish: Cabo San Antonio), is a cape which forms the western extremity of the Guanahacabibes Peninsula and the western extremity of Cuba. It extends into the Yucatán Channel, and is part of the municipality of Sandino, in Pinar del Río Province. According to the International Hydrographic Organization, it marks the division point between the Caribbean Sea to the south and Gulf of Mexico to the north.
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- Merriam-Webster's Geographical Dictionary, Third Edition, p. 1037. Springfield, Massachusetts: Merriam-Webster Incorporated, 1997.
- "Limits of Oceans and Seas" (PDF). Special Publication No. 23, 3rd Edition. Monaco: International Hydrographic Bureau. 1953.
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