Cuba Havana

The capital of Cuba is Havana.

Men's traditional clothing is a guayabera or guayavera. The Guayabera is commonly recognized as the Mexican wedding shirt. Nonetheless Cuba has made the guayabera its honorary, traditional piece of clothing

The climate in Cuba is very miled with some cool trade winds providing some relief from the heat and humidity. The average temperature in Fahrenheit from June to January is 81 degrees to 70 degrees.

This is cubas flag. The blue stripes represent the old divisions of Cuba. The white stripes represent the purity of independence. The star represents freedom and is called La Estrella solitaria orThe Lone Star. The color red represents the bloodshed during the fight for independents and the triangle represents liberty and equality.

A typical meal in Cuba would consist of rice and beans cooked togeather or apart.

The population of Cuba is 11,390,184 people.

Cubas currency. Cuba has two currencies. The major legal currency for Cuba is the Cuban Convertible Peso, CUC. It's what you exchange your foreign currency for and make all your purchases with in Cuba. Most tourists will only ever deal with CUC. For international exchange purposes 1.00 Cuban Convertible Peso = $1.00 USD.

Cuba has a totalitarian communist state government. It is headed by President Raul Castro. Raul succeeded his brother, Fidel Castro, as president in 2008. Castro is the president, chief of state and commander of the armed forces of Cuba.

Freedom flights transported Cubans to Miami twice daily, five times per week from 1965 to 1973. Its budget was about $12 million and it brought an estimated 300,000 refugees, making it the "largest airborne refugee operation in American history. The Freedom Flights were an important and unusual chapter of cooperation in the history of Cuban-American foreign relations, which is otherwise characterized by mutual distrust. The program changed the racial makeup of Miami and fueled the growth of the Cuban-American enclave there.

Cuba got its liberty in 1902.

Cubas national language is Spanish.

Cubas three most popular religions are 1. Christianity, 2. Roman Catholicism, and 3. syncretism.

This is a picture of Cubas map.

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