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Güines

 

(Eng.)

Güines is a municipality and city in the La Habana Province of Cuba. It is located 30 miles (48 km) southeast of Havana, next to the Mayabeque River.

The city was founded in 1737 by the Spanish. Prior to the arrival of the Spanish, what is now Güines was part of a region ruled by the Indian chief Habaguanex.

One of the earliest mentions of the word Güines is in 1598, when Don Diego de Rivera or Ribera was awarded a land grant for Los Güines Corral.

In 1837, a railway was opened from Havana - the first in Cuba, and one of the earliest in the Americas. In 2004, the municipality of Güines had a population of 68,951. With a total area of 445 km² 

The municipality is divided into the barrios of Catalina, Norte, Rural Primero, Rural Segundo, Rural Tercero, Rural Cuarto and Sur.

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