Some of the most beautiful Cuban beaches with whitest sand and most turquoise water are in Havana province, home of Cuban capital city also called Havana . The La Habana ( Havana ) province is located on the central western part of Cuba and covers an area of 8,221 square kilometers which makes it a smallest Cuban province but densely populated, being near the national and provincial capital. It borders with Pinar del Rio and Matanzas provinces. The population of Havana province is estimated to about 1,538,803 residents. The province consists of 26 municipalities and its main river is Río Mayabeque. Havana province consists of three main mountain groups that extend through the whole province. The largest city with about 70,000 residents (excluding Havana city) is Artemisa.
The city of Havana is a separate province surrounded by the province of Havana . Few minutes drive from Havana city are famous Bacuranao, Megano, Boca Ciega, Santa Maria and Guanabo beaches. The capital of Cuba , Havana , is easily accessible, either by air through Jose Marti International Airport or by sea through its marina. The famous harbor of Havana city is one of the most protected in the world because of its strategic and commercial importance and it contributed to Havana 's prosperity throughout history. For this and other reasons Havana province is the most industrialized of all Cuban provinces that includes textile, metallurgic, construction and fishing industries and also products as sugar cane, tobacco, fruits and vegetables. The city of Havana itself is considered the key to the Gulf of Mexico .
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