List of cities in Cuba

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Santiago de Cuba
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This article shows a list of cities in Cuba .

List

These are the largest Cuban cities, with at least 20,000 inhabitants, listed in descending order. Population data refers to city proper and not to the whole municipality, because they include large rural areas with several villages. All figures are accurate as of 2016 and provincial capitals are shown in bold. [1]

Contents

CityPopulation Province
1 Havana 2,130,081 Havana [2]
2 Santiago de Cuba 433,099 Santiago de Cuba
3 Camagüey 306,183 Camagüey
4 Holguín 294,002 Holguín
5 Guantánamo 216,609 Guantánamo
6 Santa Clara 216,056 Villa Clara
7 Las Tunas 168,645 Las Tunas
8 Bayamo 158,978 Granma
9 Cienfuegos 150,404 Cienfuegos
10 Pinar del Río 142,967 Pinar del Río
11 Matanzas 140,107 Matanzas
12 Ciego de Ávila 119,394 Ciego de Ávila
13 Sancti Spíritus 108,127 Sancti Spíritus
14 Manzanillo 97,038 Granma
15 Cárdenas 80,832 Matanzas
16 Palma Soriano 76,179 Santiago de Cuba
17 Moa 57,652 Holguín
18 Florida 53,847 Camagüey
19 Morón 53,551 Ciego de Ávila
20 Nueva Gerona 45,959 Isla de la Juventud
21 Contramaestre 44,752 Santiago de Cuba
22 Colón 44,520 Matanzas
23 Artemisa 48,194 Artemisa
24 Güines 42,801 Mayabeque
25 Sagua la Grande 41,756 Villa Clara
26 Trinidad 41,293 Sancti Spíritus
27 Placetas 40,982 Villa Clara
28 Baracoa 39,190 Guantánamo
29 Nuevitas 38,995 Camagüey
30 Banes 34,452 Holguín
31 San Luis 33,717 Santiago de Cuba
32 San José de las Lajas 39,419 Mayabeque
33 Caibarién 32,679 Villa Clara
34 San Antonio de los Baños 32,582 Artemisa
35 Puerto Padre 31,854 Las Tunas
36 Jagüey Grande 30,200 Matanzas
37 Cabaiguán 30,135 Sancti Spíritus
38 Mayarí 29,027 Holguín
39 Vertientes 28,368 Camagüey
40 Varadero 27,170 Matanzas
41 Consolación del Sur 26,953 Pinar del Río
42 Amancio 26,658 Las Tunas
43 San Cristóbal 25,932 Artemisa
44 Güira de Melena 24,896 Artemisa
45 San Germán [3] 24,699 Holguín
46 Cumanayagua 24,367 Cienfuegos
47 Sagua de Tánamo 23,641 Holguín
48 Guanajay 23,095 Artemisa
49 Jatibonico 22,962 Sancti Spíritus
50 Manicaragua 22,851 Villa Clara
51 Camajuaní 22,796 Villa Clara
52 Colombia 22,295 Las Tunas
53 Sandino 22,187 Pinar del Río
54 Jovellanos 22,000 Matanzas
55 Niquero 21,636 Granma
56 La Maya [4] 21,278 Santiago de Cuba
57 Bauta 21,151 Artemisa
58 Jiguaní 21,130 Granma
59 Guisa 20,461 Granma
60 Nicaro-Levisa [5] 20,000 Holguín

See also

Municipalities of Cuba

The provinces of Cuba are divided into 168 municipalities or municipios. They were defined by Cuban Law Number 1304 of July 3, 1976 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.

Provinces of Cuba

Administratively, Cuba is divided into 15 provinces and a special municipality that is not included in any province. The last modification was approved in August 2010, splitting Havana province into two new provinces: Artemisa and Mayabeque. The new provinces started functioning from January 1, 2011. Havana City Province recovered its original name: La Habana.

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Las Tunas (city) Municipality in Las Tunas, Cuba

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Mayarí Municipality in Holguín, Cuba

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Campechuela Municipality in Granma, Cuba

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Artemisa Municipality in Cuba

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Guane Municipality in Pinar del Río, Cuba

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Camajuaní Municipality in Villa Clara, Cuba

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Songo – La Maya Municipality in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

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Guamá, Cuba Municipality in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

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Segundo Frente Municipality in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

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Sierra de Cubitas Municipality in Camagüey, Cuba

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Maisí Municipality in Guantánamo, Cuba

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Calixto García, Cuba Municipality in Holguín, Cuba

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Frank País, Cuba Municipality in Holguín, Cuba

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Urbano Noris Municipality in Holguín, Cuba

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References

  1. City-province level, officially named "Ciudad de La Habana"
  2. Seat of Urbano Noris municipality
  3. Seat of Songo-La Maya municipality
  4. Part of Mayarí municipality, also named Nicaro