Cuba’s Fight For Literacy– Part 2
Cuba

Cuba’s Fight For Literacy– Part 2

Education is an important element in Cuban society.

Cuba’s Fight For Literacy – Part 1
Cuba

Cuba’s Fight For Literacy – Part 1

The government operates every school and university in the country.

El Manisero: The Peanut Vendor
Cuba

El Manisero: The Peanut Vendor

Music makes the struggle of real life evaporate ion the next chord, stanza or verse

Plaza De Armas: Where Tourism, History and Art Come Together
Havana

Plaza De Armas: Where Tourism, History and Art Come Together

After an ambitious renovation project by government, the Plaza de Armas has been restored to its past glory

9 Cuban Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss
Cuba

9 Cuban Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss

In Cuba, the Festival has reached an art form

San Juan Hill: The Legend Lives On
Santiago de Cuba

San Juan Hill: The Legend Lives On

The battle was the stuff of legends but included a good deal of hyperbole fabricated by American press

Paradisus Río de Oro Resort & Spa: A World Apart
Hotels

Paradisus Río de Oro Resort & Spa: A World Apart

Luxurious accommodations and a wide range of activities make this resort one of the hidden treasures on the Caribbean’s largest island.

12 Things Travelers To Cuba Should Know
Cuba

12 Things Travelers To Cuba Should Know

Cuba has a lively and diverse population of more than 11 million residents

10 Famous Quotes About Havana
Havana

10 Famous Quotes About Havana

10 Famous Quotes About Havana   1 – “Cuba is such a beautiful country, and everywhere you go, there’s music and people dancing – especially…

Cuba’s Prolific Slave Trade
Trinidad

Cuba’s Prolific Slave Trade

85 percent of the slaves brought to Cuba arrived in the 19th century.

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