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Transcript of S.S Cuba
Raul Castro Type of Government and Current Leadership Legislature Unicameral National Assembly of People's Power or Asemblea Nacional del Poder Popular (number of seats in the National Assembly is based on population; 614 seats; members elected directly from slates approved by special candidacy commissions to serve five-year terms) Current Population The current population of Cuba is 11 thousand (in estimate) Economic- Type of Currency Peso Major Imports/exports • Food
• Equipment & machinery • Sugar
• Medical products Tourism • 1-2 million tourists come in a year
The beaches are one of the attractions which are one of the many popular places to go. Music and poetry performances are done on almost every street corner by people who love what they do, or are saying what their feeling or going through. Fishing is a very popular sport which is known by many places, well Cuba is one of those places were fishing is popular and can or is done every day. Scuba diving is one of the most amazing things you may do! You can see all of the wonders under the sea, corral, exotic plant, and fish, almost everything you can’t see in the United States beaches. Finally you can use a stressful day and got to Cuba’s spa. Cusine Culture The music Cuba listen to is Bata and yuka •Bolero •Chachachá •Changui •Charanga •Conga • Contradanza • Danzón •Descarga •Filín •Guajira • Guaracha • Habanera •Jazz • Hip hop •Mambo •Nueva trova •Rock •Rumba •Salsa cubana •Son montuno •Timba • Trova this music is fun to listen to at a fast beat :D Sports The most popular sport in Cuba is basketball, boxing, and football or soccer as they say in English. They also play volleyball, tennis, golf, football (the other kind), swimming, baseball, and athletics Cuba's major religions Catholic and evangelicals is main religion Lutheran, christian are local religions small groups are Mormons Landforms Cuba is mostly flat lands, but hills develop in the southwest Tropical wet climate which means its warm weather Climate Interesting facts •In Havana there’s a Chinatown
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Copyright 2012 Want to Know it? Answers to life’s questions. All rights reserved. Music Cuba has special cuisine that has a mix between Spanish, African, and Caribbean style cuisine. The Cuban cooking technique comes from Spanish and African culture, with Caribbean spice and flavor. This results in a unique, interesting and flavorful blend of the several different cultural influences, with strong similarities with the cuisine of the neighboring Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.