Men's traditional Cuban dress style is casual. The most well-known piece of clothing is the Guayabera, or Guayavera, shirt. The authentic Guayabera is commonly recognized as the Mexican Wedding Shirt. Nonetheless, Cuba has made the Guayabera their honorary, traditional piece of clothing. More popularly called the Havana or Cigar Shirt, this conventional style of Cuban men's fashion has become a worldwide classic. Its cool, casual style is associated with quality and sophistication.
The guayabera is a lightweight, pleated, button-down shirt, typically with four large pockets on the front and an embroidered design. The shirt is often white and made of cotton or linen, though women periodically where guayberas in other colors. The shirts are rumored to have originated in Cuba's Sancti Spiritus by farm workers who turned linen sheets into shirts with large pockets to hold their cigars. Today the shirt is required wear at state functions for both female and male government officials, notes The Guardian's website. Women also periodically wear a guayabera dress, fashioned after the shirt, though the top is more popular.
Cuba has a subtropical climate, with an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius (77 Fahrenheit) in winter and 31 degrees (88 Fahrenheit) in summer. This means that if you like warm weather it is a lovely place all year round.
United States Of America Weather. Climate: Weather varies widely across the continental USA, as well as in Alaska and Hawaii. In general terms, summers are hot and humid in the plains and southern states, while the southwest is very hot and quite dry.
The official version of the Cuban government about the meaning of the shapes and colors of the cuban flag says that the blue stripes refer to the three old divisions of the island, the two white to the strength of the independentist ideal, the red triangle stands for equality, fraternity and freedom.
The main thing Cubans eat is rice, meat, and soups.
Cuba's population is 11.27 million people.
This is a picture of the cuban peso 1 peso is equal to $0.03
The Economy of Cuba is a planned economy dominated by state-run enterprises. Most industries are owned and operated by the government and most of the labor force is employed by the state. Following the fall of the Soviet Union, the Communist Party encouraged the formation of worker co-operatives and self-employment.
The president of Cuba is Raul Castro. The government is a communism.
The island of Cuba was inhabited by various Mesoamerican cultures prior to the arrival of the Italian explorer Christopher Columbus in 1492. After Columbus' arrival, Cuba became a Spanish colony, ruled by a Spanish governor in Havana. Cuba received freedom from Spain on December 10th 1898.
The only language they speak in Cuba is Spanish.
Cuba is a multiracial society with a population of mainly Spanish and African origins. The largest organized religion is the Roman Catholic Church. Afro-Cuban religions, a blend of native African religions and Roman Catholicism, are widely practiced in Cuba.
This is a map of Cuba it's capital is Havana.