What can you do at cuba?
If you mean what can you do when vacationing, it really depends on the area since some have beaches while others don't. Apart from that, you can always go to a hotel and spend a nice time there and go to the pool. If you are staying at someone's house, you can always walk around and get to know different places. In Havana you can go to the aquarium, circus, zoo..., in Varadero you can obviously go to the beach and the wonderful places they have there. It really depends where, so you should specify. Other than that, you can make new friends (Cuban friends are extemely funny and compassionate) and have some fun! Or you can go to cabarets, clubs, shopping centers....
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The capital of Cuba is La Habana ( Havana ). Havana is the capital and largestcity of Cuba.
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Technically, Cuba has never been conquered by anyone. Cuba was discovered by Columbus in 1492 and was colonized by Spain. Cuba gained its independence from Spain after the Spanish-American War and became a republic in 1902. yes it was azzhole
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Well. My stepfather is Cuban and he told me that New Years eve is a really big thing for them so they hold humongous parties.
The Cuban Finch, Cuban Trojan, Cuban Hutia, Greater bulldog bat, Cuban Parakeet are some examples also cuban mcatjots there fat hairy animals
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yes yes they do his name was fidel castro but gave his power to his brother raul castro.
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I think Cuba is an endless summer wich gets a little bit cold during November and December but that's about it
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Im pretty sure there are...My uncle would eat turtle meat once in a while so yeah, there are definitely turtles :)
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No. Cuba is an Island and a country. There just happens to be many Cubans in Florida as it is the closest US state to Cuba,
No the capital of the country of Cuba is Havana or in spanish La Habana.
The place Guantanamo is there because because that's where it is. The Camp Guantanamo is there because access to it is easily controlled, and b/c the US government has decided that as it isn't in the US , they can do stuff there that aren't allowed in US laws.
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Baseball is a huge one! playing and watching it. Also, amatuer boxing is very popular. Other sports such as athletics (track and field), skating and volleyball are also common
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Called by aborigine cubanacan, by spanish conquered first centuries la hispaÃ±ola...... Then cuba at the end of spanish colonialism..
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It is a long slender island directly to the south of Florida, US, and to the north of the island of Jamaica.