|Ward of Havana|
Location of Wajay (red) within
Boyeros (orange) and Havana
Location of Wajay in Cuba
|Coordinates: 23°00′16.2″N 82°25′28.2″W / 23.004500°N 82.424500°WCoordinates: 23°00′16.2″N 82°25′28.2″W / 23.004500°N 82.424500°W|
|Province||Ciudad de La Habana|
|Elevation||60 m (200 ft)|
|Time zone||EST (UTC-5)|
The village was founded in 1720 and the first church, a subsidiary of the parish of Santiago de Las Vegas, was built in 1764. In 1943 it had a population of 4,535, that grew in the last decades of the 20th century.
Located north to José Martí International Airport, Wajay is crossed by the highway linking it (the airport) to the city centre. It is served by 5 stations (Fontanar, Mazorra, Abel Santamaría, Wajay and Murgas) of the Havana Suburban Railway.
- Jorge Perugorría (b. 1965), actor
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