drive the cars go to festivals & play baseball in fun Havana
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Learn about the sports and history of amazing Havana. Cuba's favorite sport is baseball, but basketball comes in a close second. The history of Havana lies in Old Havana, with their extraordinary, sixteenth century architecture. Whether for the sports or the ancient architecture, Havana's culture is top-notch.
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Explore the museums and learn about the classic cars of Havana. Check out these wonderful museums in Havana: The museum of Revolution, The museum of Natural Science, The Colonial museum, The Hemingway museum, The museum of Fine Art, and The Municipal museum. Cuba is known for its 1940s and 1950s American cars. Cuba got most of their cars from America, so when America imposed a trade embargo against Cuba in the late 1950s, the country had no choice but to keep the old cars and Cuba still keeps the cars today. While in Havana, stop by the popular museums and see the classic cars.
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Head to Havana
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