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110,860 km² (42,803 miles²) - 11,041,000 people
Land boundaries: 29 km
(US Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay)
Coastline: 3,735 km
Country Code +53
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Numbering Plan of Argentina

phone system

local calls

national long distance
national prefix: 0
area code: - or -- or --- or ----
( 1 - 4 digits)
number: ---- or -----
or ------ or -------
( 4 to 7 digits)
Some of Cuba´s numbering plan
changed in 2005

(in 2006 Cuba had
972,000 land lines)

mobil calls
mobil prefix: ?
(in 2005 Cuba had
134,500 mobil lines)

international calls
international prefix: II9
example:
calling from Cuba
to France
+33 I 422I IIII  Phonebook of the World
II9
33 I 422I IIII
II rue des IIaIIes
PAR
IS Ier


usefull numbers
operator
Information
Fire
Police


Cuba's phonesystem
is regluated by ETECSA

calling to Cuba
from USA  0II 53
from most Countries  00 53

+53 -  ( 5 to 11 digits
after the country code)
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Republic of Cuba
Republica de Cuba

divided in 14 Provinces
+ 1 special Municipality
Capital: Havana


1898 independance
from Spain
1898-1902 administrated
be the USA
1959 Communist Revolution


political:
chead of State: Fidel Castro

Government of Cuba

languages: Spanish

economy:
GNP $45.51 billion (2006)
GNP/person $4,000 (2006)
currency: Cuban Peso (CUP)
0.9231 CUP = I $ US (2006)


national holiday
Revolution, Jan I (I959)

geography
Pico Turquino 2005m, highest mountain of Cuba
Pico Turquino 2,005 m

access to
I neighbour country
west, north: Caribbean Sea
south:
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Caribbean Sea
east: Caribbean Sea
 
 

Havana

Santiago de Cuba


Agramonte (+53 59)
Camaguey (+53 322) - Ciego de Avila (+53 33)
Cienfuegos (+53 43) or (+53 432) - Cruce de Bacos (+53 225)
Enrique G Varona (+53 335) - Florencia (+53 335)

Gramma (+53 23) - Guanajay (+53 686) - Guantanamo Bay (+53 99)
Havana (+53 7) - J.A. Mella (+53 225) - Jaguey Grande (+53 59) - Lastunas (+53 3l)
Mangos de Baragua (+53 225) - Matanzas (+53 5) or/ou (+53 52)
Maximo Gomez (+53 335) - Moron (+53 335)
Plama Soriano (+53 225) - Playa Giron (+53 59) - Playa Larga (+53 59)
San Jose de Marcos (+53 59) - Santa Clara (+53 422) - Santiago de Cuba (+53 22) or (+53 226)
Tamarindo (+53 335) - Torriente (+53 59) - Villa Clara (+53 42)

     

   
     


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