…  while we were enjoying the images, that was what came to our mind, an infinite rainbow.

Post By @CubanWindow Imported from the site CubaXDentro original #CubaZoom from the air By: Abel Rojas Barallobre

It is evident both for its inhabitants and for those who visit it that Cuba possesses in its geography interesting natural and urban landscapes; Is one of the most beautiful and colorful countries.

Freezing from the ground with a camera all these panoramas is magical; But documenting our landscapes from another angle, from the air, can give incredible results by visually experiencing this perspective of Cuban relief.

The Greater Antilles is divided into several regions or territories with similar natural, economic and social characteristics; They are the Western, Central and Eastern regions.


Havana is the smallest province in the country; And in turn the capital of the Republic of Cuba. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


In the coasts there are some elevations of low altitude, belonging to the system of the Heights of Havana Matanzas, which begin in the cliff of Morro and Loma de La Cabaña. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


Havana has 60% of urban area and 40% of rural territory. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


Matanzas, the Athens of Cuba, is renowned for its incredible beauty and majestic architecture; Besides being considered the second largest province of the Island. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


The city of Santa Clara; Capital of the province of Villa Clara. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


Villa Clara has a land area of 8412 km², including more than 715 adjacent cays, which places it in the fifth place by extension between the provinces of the national territory. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


The hydrography Villaclareña is represented by the rivers Sagua la Grande and Sagua la Chica and the reservoir Alacranes, Hanabanilla, Minerva and Palma Sola. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


The relief of Villa Clara is characterized by the heights of North Central Cuba, Manacas plain and the heights of Santa Clara. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


The province of Sancti Spíritus is listed as one of the Cuban regions that retains genuine colonial architectural styles. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


The territory of Espirituan is characterized by a very varied relief, where the plains predominate predominantly and, to a lesser extent, the mountains and heights. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


Las Tunas occupies Cuba ninth place in extension with little more than 6 587 km ². (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


In the geography of the province, the plains abound. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


Holguín is the fourth largest province in the national territory (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


Called the Land of Nickel, Holguin hydrography is represented by the Mayarí, Gibara, Sagua de Tánamo, Tacajó and Gibara Bay, Banes and Nipe Rivers (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


The Hill of the Cross constitutes a symbol of the city of Holguín; Located at 261 meters above sea level; This place is home to great stories and beautiful legends. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


Granma, one of the most important provinces and rich in history; In this zone of the east is located the city of Bayamo, Cradle of the Cuban Nationality. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


Historically, Santiago de Cuba has been Cuba’s second most important city; Has a bay connected to the Caribbean Sea and is an important port. (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


The Santiago relief is basically of heights and mountains, much of the territory is covered by the Sierra Maestra with the highest heights of the Island (Pico Turquino). (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


The Moncada Barracks that happened to history after the assault of a group of young people directed by Fidel Castro that had as objective to fight against the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)


Santiago de Cuba: Its historic urban center was declared a National Monument on October 10, 1978 (Abel Rojas Barallobre / Cubahora)