Physical map of Cuba
Information about the geography of CubaCuba is the largest of the Caribbean islands. Around a quarter of the the country is mountainous with three main mountain regions. The remainder of the country is mostly flat. Cuba has hundreds of rivers, most of them relatively shallow.
Guantánamo Bay, is a naval base that has been leased by the United States since 1903
The island consists mostly of flat to rolling plains, with more rugged hills and mountains primarily in the southeast and the highest point is the Pico Turquino at 2005 m.
Havana is the capital city.