Alejandro de Humboldt National Park (Parque Nacional Alejandro de Humboldt) is a national park in the Cuban provinces of Holguín and Guantánamo. It is named after the German scientist Alexander von Humboldt who visited the island in 1800 and 1801. The park was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001 and is considered to be Cuba’s most important protected area due to its size, altitude range, complex lithology, landform diversity, and wealth of endemic flora and fauna. The varied, complex geology and topography and little human interaction has resulted in the evolution of many species of flora and fauna that are endemic to Cuba.
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