Cuba Info Translated

Cuba Info Translated - What is the capital of Cuba La...

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What is the capital of Cuba? - La Habana What are the dolls? - small figures called 'dolls' that represent the gods of African religion Yoruba What are the guayabera? - guayabera, a cotton shirt that is ideal for all occasions and for the warm climate of Cuba What is the boardwalk? - Both for foreigners and Cubans, the most popular neighborhood of Havana's El Vedado. It is a residential area of nice homes where the country's top hotels, art galleries, cinemas, restaurants, bars and clubs. Tourists gather in the corner of L and 23 to taste the delicious and famous Coppelia ice cream and watch movies in the cinema Yara. The Malecon is a long avenue parallel to the sea bathed in sunshine and tropical breezes. What is La Habana? - capital of the bicycle; cheap, easy to park and reduce air pollution. Cuba, a jewel of the Caribbean, land of music and poetry. Cuba, 110 thousand square kilometers, is located in the Caribbean Sea, near the coasts of the United States and Mexico. Because of its tropical
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course SPAN 102 taught by Professor Kim during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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