The Isle of Youth, due to its social and economic characteristics, has been considered a special municipality, unlike the other destinations of the country are considered provinces. Its capital is Nueva Gerona and the official language is Spanish.
Population of Isle of Youth, Cuba:
- Total: 86 256 hab.
- Density: 35,7 hab./km²
According to the last population census in 2010, the population of Isla de la Juventud was 86.420 inhabitants. Its population density is 35.6 inhabitants per square kilometer. Its urban population represent 83.7 of the total population and 99.6% of the total population located in the north zone. Its population is relatively young:
- Women 42.571 and men 43.849
- Birth rate (per thousand) is 12.6.
- Mortality rate (per thousand) is 5.6. The infant is 2.8. The lowest in the country.
- Has 58 settlements, 9 of them urbans and 49 rurals.
Religion in Isle of Youth, Cuba:
As a result of the Spanish colonization and the prolonged slave trade for several centuries, various religious manifestations were introduced in Cuba, according to the different cultures that came from Africa.
Since then, the Spanish and African constitutes the two main cultural pillars of the Cuban nationality, and that share with other cultures (Caribbean, North American, Chinese and the rest of Europe), with a complex of miscegenation.
Our Lady of Dolores;
Address: 28 Street between 37 and José Martí Boulevard (39). Nueva Gerona. P.C. 25100.
Address: 22 Street between José Martí Boulevard (39) and 41. Nueva Gerona. P.C. 25100.
Address: 24 Street between 35 and 37. Nueva Gerona. P.C. 25100.