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Cayo de Buenavista

Cayo de Buenavista
From: Quirolo, 1998

Buenavista Key, also considered an island, forms part of the Arrecifes Colorados, which wrap around the north western end of Cuba stretching eastward to within 50 miles of Havana. A lighthouse is present on the island.

Coordinates:   22.40° N   84.40° W

Nearest Largest City:   Mantua, Pinar del Río, Cuba

Quirolo, C. 1998. Reef Relief Marine Projects. Cuba Campaign protect living coral reef ecosystems. URL: (Accessed 1 Mar., 2004).

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Keywords:   Key, Island, Lighthouse, Arrecifes Colorados

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