Casilda (Trinidad)

Casilda is a Cuban village and consejo popular ("people's council", i.e. hamlet) of the municipality of Trinidad, Sancti Spíritus Province.

Casilda is a seaside resort, due to the presence of tourist beaches such as Playa Ancón.

The village was founded in 1808 by Andrés Valdés Pino, in the vicinity of a farm named Peralta.

Casilda's population in 1943 was 1,986.[1]

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