Cuba

Sabrina Contreras

World Geography

November 9, 2014

Visiting Cuba

There are many attractions in Cuba that visitors can visit such as; Horseback riding in Trinidad, going to the aquarium where they have many exotic fish, competitive dog shows, exciting baseball games, and the beautiful clear water, white sand beaches. During the evening they have a jazz event at La Zorro y El Cuervo and a party called Fiesta Caliente with Maykel Blanco along with many other dancing shows.

Religion - Catholicism

Language

The official language in Cuba is Spanish although some Cubans know English too. To say hello in Spanish you say, "Hola."

People

Ethnic groups: white 64.1%, mestizo 26.6%, black 9.3% (2012 est.)


This entry provides an ordered listing of ethnic groups starting with the largest and normally includes the percent of total population.

Customs / Traditions

Holidays & Festivals: Carnival (July 18-27), Trinidad, Way of The Cross, Revolution Day (July 26), Independence Day (May 20), Children's Day (April 4)

Dances & Music: Salsa, Balerinas

Food: Black beans and rice, Arroz con Pollo, Vaca Frita, Ropa Vieja, Cuban Sandwhich

Economy

Jobs in Cuba are mostly having to do with tourism. Others are fishermen, miners, or agriculture workers.
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