Christopher Columbus arrived in Cuba in 1492, and it remained under Spanish control until the Spanish-American war in 1898. Cuba remained under American control until 1902 when it declared Cuba independent. Cuba went thr... More »

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Some popular places in Cuba include the Havana Malecón, Ciénaga de Zapata and revolutionary sites, such as Comandancia de la Plata. Those who enjoy cycling may also want to visit Valle de Viñales. More »

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As of 2015, there are no cruises from Florida to Cuba; however, there are plans to begin cruises in May 2016, states the Miami Herald. Carnival Corp. has been given permission to sail cruises from Miami to Cuba through i... More »

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Cuba is an island that lies between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean approximately 93 miles south of Key West, Florida. It is the largest island in the Caribbean Sea. Some of its neighbors include the Cayma... More »

The climate of Cuba is defined as semitropical or temperate, according to Encyclopedia of the Nations. The country's average low temperature throughout the year is 70 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average high temperatur... More »

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The Republic of Cuba is 760 miles long and 55 miles wide. Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean and a bit smaller than Pennsylvania. Cuba includes 4,000 small islands and cays in addition to the main island. More »

Cuba is on the continent of North America. Cuba is less than 100 miles away from the United States and 130 miles from Mexico. The Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Haiti and the Dominican Republic are also in close proxi... More »

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