Saturday, January 15, 2005

Pinar Del R�

Provincia, western Cuba, bounded on the north by the Gulf of Mexico, on the west by the Yucat�n Channel, on the south by the Caribbean Sea, on the southeast by the Gulf of Bataban�, and on the east by La Habana province. Low mountain ranges, including the Sierra de los �rganos and the Sierra del Rosario, form the backbone of the territory, which has an area of 4,218 square miles (10,925 square