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Interesting facts and unique information related to the Cuba country Cuba Facts

Cuba is a small country located in the Caribbean Sea, which is part of the North American continent. It is an island country with several archipelago. Officially the Cuban Republic, which is one of the largest public health achievements in the world in Cuba in 2015, when it terminated transmission and transmission from mother to child to HIV and Syphilis. Its main island is known as Isla de la Juventudad, so let’s know the friends and the more interesting facts about the history, economy and culture associated with the Cuban country.

The Cuban government is a Marsexual-Leninist party, headed by a member of Castro’s family for several decades.

The Cuban government is a Marsexual-Leninist party, headed by a member of Castro’s family for several decades.

From above, Cuba Island resembles a crocodile or an alligator, and Cuba is often known in Spanish as “El cocodrilo” or “El Cama”

Fidel Castro led Cuba for five decades and was the world’s third longest serving provider after Queen Elizabeth of Britain and the King of Thailand.

Cubans were not allowed to keep cell phones until 2008, unless the President Raul Castro’s government lifted the ban.

Cuba remained a Spanish colony until the Spanish-American War of 1898, when the country became part of the United States. Although it was only brief, the country was given independence in 1902.

On New Year’s Eve, the people of Cuba burn loggudias so that new and good times can be waiting to forget the bad times during the new year.

So far Baseball is the most popular sport in Cuba. Country is also in boxing and many Olympic Boxing champions have been created. Other games include basketball, volleyball, cricket, football (soccer) and athletics.

Sex change operations in Cuba have been started from the legal year 2007 and are now offered by the national health care system.

On Christmas there was no official holiday in Cuba until the year 1997. Pope John Paul II visited the country in 1998, and to prepare for his journey, Cuba declared Christmas Christmas as a national holiday.

In the 90’s, Cuba was unable to buy pesticides, so the government adopted organic farming. Organic honey is now Cuba’s fourth largest agricultural export, because the use of pesticides has been linked to the decrease of bee populations from other places.

 

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