Ranked list of Cuban provinces

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Provinces of Cuba

Ranked list of provinces of Cuba. Note: In summer 2010, it was decided to divide province of La Habana into two new provinces: Artemisa (capital: Artemisa) and Mayabeque (capital: San José de las Lajas), with effect from 1 January 2011.

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Province   Capital   Population (2005)   Population (%)   Area (km2)   Area (%)   Density  
Camagüey Camagüey 784,178 7.02 14,134 13.2 50.22
Ciego de Ávila Ciego de Ávila 411,766 3.68 5,962 5.6 60.70
Cienfuegos Cienfuegos 395,183 3.54 4,149 3.9 94.54
Ciudad de la Habana Havana 2,201,610 19.70 740 0.7 3,053.49
Granma Bayamo 822,452 7.36 8,452 7.9 98.20
Guantánamo Guantánamo 507,118 4.54 6,366 6.0 82.22
Holguín Holguín 1,021,321 9.14 9,105 8.5 109.90
Isla de la Juventud Nueva Gerona 86,559 0.77 2,199 2.1 35.78
La Habana (1976-2011) Havana 711,066 6.36 5,669 5.3 124.06
Las Tunas Las Tunas 525,485 4.70 6,373 6.0 79.77
Matanzas Matanzas 670,427 6.00 11,669 10.0 56.80
Pinar del Río Pinar del Río 726,574 6.50 10,860 10.2 66.63
Sancti Spíritus Sancti Spíritus 460,328 4.12 6,737 6.3 68.33
Santiago de Cuba Santiago de Cuba 1,036,281 9.27 6,343 5.9 168.32
Villa Clara Santa Clara 817,395 7.31 8,069 7.6 97.17
Cuba Havana 11,177,743 100 106,827 100 101.72
Source: Cuba census 2002[1]

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