Cuba

Summary

Cuba is the smallest country in North America. The population is 11,075,244. Cuba comes with a beautiful biome of tropical, subtropical, and coniferous forest. The typical wildlife in Cuba is spiders, snakes, flamingos, and frogs. the biggest tourist destinations is Havana which is also the capital of Cuba . The government type is communist state. And the currency is Cuban peso. And that's Cuba !

Little Known Fact

-The famous writer Ernest Hemingway wrote "The Old Man and the Sea," and "For Whom the Bell Tolls," while living in Cuba.

Extra information

Life is lived on the streets, in the bars, and parks and squares planted in lush green tropical growth. The population, a mix of mulatto, and descendants of Spanish, African and Chinese, happily work and play together with no signs of discord, which is refreshing in our divided world.

typical wildlife's in Cuba

The Cuban flag

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Resources

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