COME TO CUBA ITS THE PLACE TO BE
In fact, Cuba gets its name from the Taino word cubanacan, which means "a central place."
History records that Columbus discovered Cuba before the dawn of the 28th of October 1492. He first thought that he had entered Asia's mainland, and was convinced that the name "Cuba," which was what the aborigines called it, was the Indian name for Japan
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Santa Clara forms the capital city of the region of Villa Clara in Cuba. Located in the central region of the nation, this city was founded by 175 people. With few yet interesting places of interest, Santa Clara makes for a fascinating tourist places. The reputed images which are identified with Santa Clara are Ernesto “Che” Guevara and Marta Abreu de Estevez. The former was a revolutionist, while the latter was considered to be the “Benefactress of the city
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The capital city of the Granma Province of Cuba, Bayamo forms one of the biggest cities in the county of Oriente. This city was founded by Diego Velazquez de Cuellar in the year 1513. Bayamo makes for a unique tourist place in Cuba. Earlier, Bayamo was one of the most important commercial hubs in Cuba. In early the 17th century, Bayamo in Cuba turned out to be the leading town in the nation.
THE LANGUAGE OF CUBA
Spanish is the language spoken by the majority of Cubans. Cuba's official language is Spanish, so it makes sense that Spanish is more popular. English, and French are also used by the Cuban people.
HISTORY OF CUBA
"Cuba was discovered by Columbus during his first voyage, on the 28th of October, 1492. He took possession in the name of the Catholic monarchs of Spain, and named it Juana in honour of the Infante Don Juan. He again visited the island in 1494, and in 1502, and on each occasion explored part of the coast. He then believed that Cuba was part of the mainland, and it was not until 1508 that Sebastian Ocampo, by order of the king, circumnavigated it, and proved it to be an island.
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HAVANA (capital) 2.14 million (2009