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The capital city of Cuba is Havana. Havana became the capital city of Cuba at the end of the 16th century. The total population of Cuba is 11.27 in 2013 (4 years ago 2017). In 2015 the life expectancy of Cuba is male 76.9, female 81.4, and the total being 79.1 and in the world ranking place 32. The top 3 causes of death in Cuba is from coronary heart disease, stroke, prostate cancer. Economic wealth in the country is $87.8 million, but the public dept is $25.21 billion.

The capital city of Cuba, Havana.

The longest river in Cuba is Cauto River, which is 213 miles long. Cuba's biggest lake is Labuan de Leche, and that has a total surface of 25.9 sq mi. Pico Turquino is the highest point in Cuba and is the tallest mountain, and it is 6,476 ft. Mountain chains in Cuba are Sierra Maestra, Sierra Cristal, the Escambray Mountains, and the Sierra del Rosario. Oceans close to Cuba are the North Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, the Straits of Florida, the Windward Passage, and the Yucatan Channel.

The North Atlantic Ocean

Cuba does not have any active volcanos because there are none here. The geographic coordinates for Cuba is 21.5218o N, 77.7812o W. The region of the world Cuba is in is the northern Caribbean. Cuba has a subtropical climate. Natural disasters in Cuba are hurricanes and earthquakes.

The northern Caribbean


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