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Society in Ciego de Ávila

Ciego de Ávila is the Cuban province known as the city of portals and the cradle of the Cuban locution, founded in 1840. It is characterized by the regularity of the grid layout and the presence of running portals and neoclassic columns of varied design that define the image of this territory. It has the seventh place in extension among the other provinces with 6 946, 90 square km, representing the 6.3% of the total surface of the country. It has 10 municipalities: Ciego de Avila, Morón, Chambas, Primero de Enero, Ciro Redondo, Florencia, Majagua, Baraguá, Bolivia and Venezuela; each of them has a government that responds to the Council of the Provincial Administration. The language is Spanish. Nowadays the population surpasses 340,000 of people, of which more than 318,000 live in urban zones and the density is more than 63 inhabitants per km². Read More...