Punta Brava is a small town and suburban ward (consejo popular) of Havana, Cuba, part of the municipio of La Lisa. It is located to the southwest of Havana, with a population of roughly 1500 inhabitants.
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Máximo Gómez Airport (IATA: AVI, ICAO: MUCA) is a regional airport in the Ciego de Ávila Province of Cuba which serves the city of Ciego de Ávila.
Kawama Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto "Kawama") (IATA: VRO, ICAO: MUKW) is an airport serving Varadero, in the Matanzas Province in Cuba.
Hermanos Ameijeiras Airport (IATA: VTU, ICAO: MUVT) is a regional airport that serves the city of Las Tunas in Cuba.
The Gulf of Batabanó (Spanish: Golfo de Batabanó; Spanish pronunciation: [ˈɡolfo ðe βataβaˈno]), also called the Batabanó Gulf, is an inlet or strait off southwestern Cuba in the Caribbean Sea, separating mainland Cuba from the Isle of Youth.
Estadio Guillermón Moncada is a multi-use stadium in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. It is the second most important baseball stadium of the country, with a capacity for 25 000 spectators comfortably seated.
Cayo Saetía (also spelled Sae-Tía) is a 42 km2 (16 sq mi) cay in Holguín Province, Cuba.
Carlos Manuel de Céspedes Airport (IATA: BYM, ICAO: MUBY) is a regional airport serving the city of Bayamo in the Granma Province of Cuba.
Guatemala, also known as Preston, is a Cuban village and consejo popular ("people's council", i.e.
Victoria de Girón Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Matanzas, Cuba. It is currently used mostly for baseball games and is the home stadium of Matanzas Cocodrilos.
USS Texan (ID-1354) was a United States Navy cargo ship and troop transport in commission from 1918 to 1919.
San Juan y Martínez (Spanish pronunciation: [saŋ ˈxwan i maɾˈtines]) is a municipality and town in the Pinar del Río Province of Cuba.
Rafael Cabrera Mustelier Airport or Rafael Cabrera Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto "Rafael Cabrera Mustelier") (IATA: GER, ICAO: MUNG) is an airport serving Nueva Gerona, the capital city of the Isla de la Juventud special municipality in Cuba.
Orestes Acosta Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Orestes Acosta) (IATA: MOA, ICAO: MUMO) is a regional airport that serves Moa, a municipality in the Holguín Province of Cuba.
Nguyen Van Troi Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Guantánamo, Cuba. It is currently used mostly for baseball games and is the home stadium of Guantánamo Indios.
La Coloma Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto "La Coloma") (IATA: LCL, ICAO: MULM) is an airport serving the city of Pinar del Río, in Cuba.
The Gulf of Guacanayabo (Spanish: Golfo de Guacanayabo) is a bay along the southern coast of Cuba, bordered by Granma and Las Tunas provinces.
Gulf of Cazones (Spanish: Golfo de Cazones) is a large gulf in southern Cuba. It is located at the south by the provinces of Matanzas and Cienfuegos, between the northeast edge of the Jardinillos Bank on the south, and Piedras and other cays and ree…
Florida Airport (ICAO: MUFL) is an airport serving Florida, a municipality in the province of Camagüey in Cuba.
Estadio Capitán San Luis is a multi-use stadium in Pinar del Río, Cuba. Inaugurated the 19 of January 1969, the stadium has a capacity of 8000 spectators. The stadium is mostly used for baseball games and is the home of the Pinar del Rio Baseball te…
Estadio Augusto César Sandino is a multi-use stadium in Santa Clara, Cuba. It is currently used mostly for baseball games and is the home stadium of Villa Clara Naranjas.
Ensenada de la Broa is a bay in southern Cuba. It is located at (22.5833333°N 82°W), in the provinces of Matanzas and Havana.
Diezmero is a ward in the outskirts of Havana, Cuba, located by Carretera Central. It is under the administration of San Miguel del Padrón, a city municipality of Havana.
Ciudad Libertad Airport (ICAO: MULB) is an airport serving Havana, Cuba.
Cayo Sabinal is a cay on the northern coast of Cuba, in the province of Camagüey.
Cayo Guajaba is a cay on the northern coast of Cuba, in the province of Camagüey.
Boquerón is a Cuban village and consejo popular ("people's council", i.e. hamlet) of the municipality of Caimanera, in the Province of Guantánamo.
Boca de Jaruco (English: Mouth of Jaruco) is a small fishing village in the Mayabeque Province of Cuba.
Santa Fe, also named La Fe, is the second largest town on Isla de la Juventud of Cuba.
Playa Mayabeque (Mayabeque Beach) is a location in the southern part of Mayabeque Province, within 15 kilometers of Melena del Sur on the southern shore of Cuba. The waters are muddy, to which local people attribute therapeutic properties.
Pinar del Río Airport (IATA:
QPD, ICAO: MUPR) is an abandoned airport formerly serving Pinar del Río, the capital city of the Pinar del Río Province in Cuba.
Nicholas Channel (also Saint Nicholas Channel; Spanish: Canal de Nicolas or Canal de San Nicolas) is a strait off the northwestern coast of Cuba. It lies 90 miles (140 km) east of Havana.
The Mogotes de Jumagua are a set of 8 elevated limestone features (Spanish: Mogotes) in the Villa Clara Province of Cuba.
Mayabeque River (alternately Rio Mayabeque) is a river of western Cuba, considered the largest in the southwestern watershed of Cuba, with an extensive fluvial network that encompasses the municipalities of Güines, San Jose de las Lajas, Jaruco, Mad…
Julio Antonio Mella Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Las Tunas, Cuba. It is currently used mostly for baseball games and is the home stadium of Las Tunas Magos. This team is famous for beating teams invited to Las Tunas city.
Joaquín de Agüero Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto "Joaquín de Agüero") (ICAO: MUSL), also known as Santa Lucía Airport, is an airport serving Playa Santa Lucía, a village of Nuevitas, in the Camagüey Province of Cuba.