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The five themes of geography for Cuba

Coach Lang 3rd Block

Tyler Chambliss

on 1 March 2013

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Transcript of The five themes of geography for Cuba

Cuba Place Location Region Movement Human Environmental Interactions Cuba is located within the latitude and longitude of 23° 20 N, 85 º 73 W Cuba is located in the western part of the Caribbean Sea in the entrance of the Gulf of Mexico Climate Subtropical Humid with two seasons, rainy and dry
Rainy season (summer) May to October
Average summer temperature is 26-27° C.
Dry season (winter) November to April
Average winter temperature is 20 ° C.
Cuba gets 48 inches of rain per year. 70% of the rain comes during the summer season. Religion The main religion in Cuba is Roman Catholic. Other religions in Cuba are:
Baptists, Evangelists, and Seventh Day Adventists.
There is also some African American religions that were brought by the black slaves at the time of slavery. Transportation Cuba is the only place in the world where you will see various 1950's
American classic cars in various states of disrepair. They have old cars on the streets of Cuba today because America banned trade with Cuba during the cold war.

These old cars fetch prices that are many times more than they are worth because new cars are not available and most Cubans can't afford a car.
Other Cuban transportation includes:
Railroad--It is old and outdated. There are no beds or restaurants.
Bus--The most widely used form of transportation in Cuba
Air--Used to move between islands in the Caribbean or other countries. All main cities have an airport and air connections with the Havanna. Government: Communist Economy: Market
Industry Exported Comodities:
Raw Sugar
Fish Human Environmental Interactions
Cubahas created several programs to help protect the environment. Two of Cubas main problems are deforestation and pollution. Deforestation was so bad that nly 17% of their island was forested. Population:
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