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Capitalio and Grand Theatre Iglesia de la Santísima, Trinidad
Fine Arts Museum
Museum of the Revolution
Lonja del Comercio
Paseo de Prado
Plaza de la Catedral and Catedral de San Cristobal
Iznaga tower Memorial José Martí
Building on PradoBasílica del Cobre-Santiago del Cuba
Sunset on the Malecon
Santiago del Cuba
Bay of Pigs
Museum of the invasion
Raul Castro(President of Cuba) - Dmitry Medvedev
Che Guevara - Fidel Castro
Che Guevara Mausoleum
Statue of Carlos Manuel de Céspedes - Plaza de Armas
(Havana) Hemingway's coveted corner stool at Floridita
Andy Garcia Cuban American actor.
Tobacco leaves drying in barn
Iguana and coconut
Region: Central America - Island Nation Area total: 110,861 km2 Coast line: Caribbean Sea,North Atlantic Ocean Capital:
The biggest Island of the Caribbean countries Principal airports: Havana, Varadero, Holguin, Santiago de Cuba.
BY: LOGAN SKEENS Cuba’s Famous Sites. Ernesto Che Guevara Mausoleum Che Guevara is known as one of the most influential people of the 20 th century. This.
Cuba, I will always remember you Soroa Valley of Viñales.
José Martí Antonio Maceo Teddy Roosevelt’s charge up San Juan Hill The U.S.S. Maine.
Boris, Thebes, Cameron. Background Information Capital (and largest city): Havana Official Language: Spanish Ethnic Groups: 65.05% European, 10.08% African,
World Studies. GEOGRAPHY OF CUBA MAJOR RESOURCES/ EXPORTS OF CUBA Large island in the Caribbean Tropical climate Capital is Havana 11 million.
People Pop.: 11 million 60% Spanish descent, 20% mixed race, 11% African Descent, 1% Chinese 47% Catholic, 4% Protestant, 2% Santer í a.
Cuba is an island in the Caribbean Sea. It is only 90 miles from Florida.
Cuba. Cuba Cubans celebrate Independence Day (from Spain) on December 10th.Cubans celebrate Independence Day (from Spain) on December 10th. Ernesto “Che”
Cuba La Perla de las Antillas By Rachel Stepney. Demographics Full name: Republic of Cuba Full name: Republic of Cuba Capital City: Havana Capital City:
ONE OF THE ORIGINAL SPANISH COLONIES A civil war was raging in Cuba between the Spanish government and Cubans. The United States felt that the.
Cuba. When you think of Cuba, you think of sugar cane plantations.
Photo Essay- The Cuba Experience Xian Huang. This is the Liberty Square in the city of Matanzas, Cuba. In the center of the square there is a statue of.
A private business owner setting up her restaurant in Havana. In recent years, the Cuban government has legalized more types of independent businesses.
Cuba (government). I want to talk about Cuba The Republic Of Cuba Capital: Havana Official language: Spanish Area: km2 Population: 11.
CUBA By Brea McCormack Population: Location of Havana:83°W 23°N Area: sq Km Fun fact: Baseball is the national sport of Cuba.
Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution. Castro’s Rise to Power Explain Castro’s educational career. Besides.
CUBA. I.Cuba-Overview 90 miles south of Miami, FL Socialist government--elections are not open to the people Communist system-strong government control.
How did Fidel Castro Take Power in Cuba??? Mr. Ornstein Willow Canyon High School IB: History of the Americas.
The Cuban Missile Crisis Download preparation exercise PDF worksheet…
The Arts and Revolution in Cuba Dr. Yael Prizant.
The revolution wasn’t in favour of any particular thing. It was simply anti-Batista. After the Moncada attack, Castro was imprisoned on the Island of Pines,
CUBA What is an unlimited government? What is a Dictator?
Cuba: The Evolution of Our Neighbor. Before Cuba was a Colony Before Columbus, inhabited by 3 different indigenous tribes.
The Cuban Missile Crisis (during the Cold War). “Arms Race” & “Space Race”: Two VERY Important Cold War Issues Who’s racing? The US & USSR were racing…
Cuba. Geography Mainland, Isla de Juventud, + 4,000 small islands Mountains, jungles, rivers, valleys, swamps, forests 90 miles from Florida.
Cuban Revolution. What is the purpose of a revolution?
Latin America Section 1 Aim: How did Revolution change Cuba? Topic: Cuban Revolution.
Fulgencio Batista Fidel Castro as a Young Revolutionary.
Circle Cuba on the world map. What hemisphere is Cuba in?
Fidel Castro & The Cuban Revolution Aim: How did Fidel Castro come to power? & What does Cuba look like today?
President John F. Kennedy and Cuba VUS.12 b,c Objective: The student will demonstrate knowledge of United States foreign policy since World War II by describing.
Cuba World Studies February 20. I. Background Monroe Doctrine (1823): US stated the American continents were no longer open to colonization by European.
May 5, PRESIDENT KENNEDY SOVIET PREMIER KHRUSHCHEV.
Pre-Revolution Cuba ( ) Fidel Castro Cuban Revolution -Spanish-American War ends in 1898→ Cuba breaks ties w/ Spain after 400 years of Colonial.
Cuba BY KONNER COLEMERE. Cuba is located within the Carribean. THE CLIMATE IS SEMI-TROPICAL, HUMID, AND MOSTLY DRY. CUBA'S POPULATION IS AROUND 11.2 MILLION.
By Asher, and Athena ¡Les presentamos Cuba! La capital de Cuba es Havana Havana is the capital of Cuba Havana is the biggest Cuban city Its located.
CUBA TODAY TORI TAORMINA. BREAKING TIES The US has wanted Cuba to be a democracy, but in January 1961, the US cut their ties with Cuba.
Biography of Fidel Castro Alexandra Ulloa 5/6 Ms. Saba Alexandra Ulloa 5/6 Ms. Saba.
Key Data Capital- Havana Population-11,241,161 Climate- Is tropical, moderated by northeasterly trade winds that blow year round Language Spoken- Spanish.
COLD WAR IN CUBA. Fidel Castro U.S. embargo Castro installs communist government in 1959 CUBAN REVOLUTION.
Madrid is the capital of Spain, it´s a great city and has many amusing places such as Swimming-pools, discotheques, fairgrounds,malls, museums...Madrid.
Cuba in the Cold War. Fidel Castro Born in 1927 Attended Jesuit schools as he was growing up He attended law school in Havana and established a law practice.
By: Jeremy Ashley. President- Raúl Castro Capital City- Havana Population of Cuba as of ,075,244 people Population of Havana Cuba as of 2009-
Cuba. Capital is Havana 93 miles from the United States Largest island in the Caribbean Second largest population (11 million) after Hispaniola (Haiti/Dominican.
SPAIN 2007 by Wen-Chung Chiang. Map of Spain Gaudí's Sagrada Familia, Barcelona.
Changes In Cuba Following Revolution Universal Health Care Universal Education Universal Housing Rations supplied by the government.
1492 Columbus lands on Cuba, October 28. Arawaks (Taino) “Indians” For years they were said to be extinct, but some still live throughout the Caribbean.
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