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Cuba satellite map

Map of Cuba from satellite

The Cuba satellite map shows new pictures of Cuba as seen from the sky. This satellite map of Cuba will allow you to visit the country Cuba in Caribbean - Americas as seen from the sky. The Cuba satellite map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Cuba and its Caribbean neighbors form the Greater Antilles, a chain of islands created millions of years ago when two of Earth tectonic plates collided as you can see in Cuba satellite map. The deep, broad waters of the Straits of Florida separate Cuba from Florida whereas the more shallow Nicholas and Old Bahama channels divide Cuba from the Bahamas. To the northwest, Cuba is adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico. Interestingly, in terms of geology, Cuba remains part of North America as the division between the Caribbean and North American tectonic plates lying under the Caribbean Sea runs south of Cuba, east to west.

Long and narrow, Cuba stretches 750 miles from east to west but is only 60 miles wide in most places. Even so, Cuba covers 44,827 square miles and carries the consequence of being the largest of the Caribbean islands as its shown in Cuba satellite map. More than 4,000 islands and cays, which form four primary archipelagos, also surround the main island: Jardines de la Reina, the Canarreos, the Sabana-Camagüey, and the Colorados. Cuba contains four distinct mountain ranges, otherwise known as ‘alturas,’ that influence Cuba ecological regions. Western Cuba is dominated by the Cordillera de Guaniguanico, which itself is split. To the west of this region lie the lower mountains of the Sierra del los Órganos, where deep limestone deposits have created a unique landscape of flat-topped mountains topping precipitous cliffs.

The Canarreos archipelago is home to the Isle of Youth, or Isla de la Juventud as its mentioned in Cuba satellite map. The Isle of Youth is Cuba second largest island and lies south of Havana and Pinar del Rio. The Isle of Youth is well known for its interesting system of caves near Punta del Este beach. These caves are lined with 235 ancient, pre-Columbian drawings created by the island indigenous population. The Sabana-Camagüey archipelago lies in Cuba north-central Atlantic coast, and 35 protected sites can be found among its marine and coastal ecosystems such as the Bay of Buena Vista Biosphere Reserve and Caguanes National Park. In contrast, the Colorados archipelago is only 62 miles long and comprised of smaller cays. The Colorados archipelago developed on a coral reef barrier off Pinar del Río northern coast and is now known for its commercial fishing and tourist developments on its many cays.