Antilla, Cuba

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Location
20°50'27"N
075°43'14"W
Country
 Cuba
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Description

Antilla is a municipality in Holguín Province of Cuba. It was founded in January 21, 1925 as a railroad terminal and port town.

Geography

It is located on the north-eastern shore of Cuba, on a peninsula between the Gulf of Nipe and Banes Bay. The municipality covers 101 km2 (39 sq mi) and contains the communities of Bijarú, Canalito, Cortaderas, Deleite, Este Cabecera, Los Novillos, Oeste Cabecera, San Jerónimo and Sao de los Hidalgos.

Demographics

In 2004, the municipality of Antilla had a population of 12,542. With a total area of 101 km2 (39 sq mi), it has a population density of 115.3/km2 (299/sq mi).

Notable people

Pablo Ferro (1935–2018), Cuban-American graphic designer and film titles designer
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