Cienfuegos geography,Cuba

Known as the Pearl of the South or the beautiful city of the sea, Cienfuegos occupies a privileged position in the central south of Cuba. The surface area of ​​the Cienfuegos province is 4,188.61 km2, making it one of the three smallest in the country. With a population of 406,847 inhabitants and a population density of 97.1 inhab / km2. It limits the north with the provinces of Santa Clara and Matanzas. To the east with the municipality of Manicaragua (province of Villa Clara) and with the municipality of Trinidad (province of Sancti Spíritus). To the south it limits with the Caribbean Sea and to the west with the municipalities Ciénaga de Zapata and Calimete of the province of Matanzas. It is made up of eight municipalities: Aguada de Pasajeros, Rodas, Palmira, Lajas, Cruces, Cumanayagua, Abreus and Cienfuegos.

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