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According to topschoolsintheusa.com, Cuba is an island nation located in the Caribbean Sea, situated between the United States and Mexico. It has a total area of 110,860 square kilometers and a population of 11.2 million people. Havana is its capital city and Spanish is its official language. The country’s geography is characterized by mountains, rainforests, rolling hills, fertile plains, rocky coastlines and over 4,000 islands. The educational system in Cuba follows a twelve-year compulsory education program that includes nine years of primary schooling followed by three years of secondary schooling. After completing secondary school, students can choose to pursue further studies at one of Cuba’s universities or colleges or take up an apprenticeship program at a local business or industry. Additionally, there are numerous non-formal education programs offered throughout the country for those who cannot attend classes on campus due to distance or other reasons. In addition to providing basic academic instruction, the educational system in Cuba also offers numerous extracurricular activities aimed at encouraging students’ personal development and creativity. These activities include sports such as baseball and basketball as well as music lessons such as singing and playing instruments like drums or guitar, dancing classes such as salsa or rumba and art classes such as painting or sculpting. Additionally, there are special programs offered for those who are interested in pursuing careers in science and technology fields such as engineering or computer sciences. Furthermore, there are various scholarships available for those who cannot afford to pursue higher education due to financial restraints. See localcollegeexplorer for Cuba History.

Cuba Modern History

Cuba is a country located in North America. With the capital city of Havana, Cuba has a population of 11,326,627 based on a recent census from COUNTRYAAH. Revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, who took over power in early 1959, initially represented himself as a democrat and reformist in the spirit of national hero José Martí, but… Read More »

Cuba Market Opportunities

MFA: Strategic opportunities for foreign exporters The negative effects of the US embargo and the coronavirus pandemic are hampering the possibility of economic recovery after a severe recession in 2020, when the Cuban economy saw a drop in GDP of 11.3%. The coronavirus crisis has paralyzed all major sectors of the Cuban economy – tourism,… Read More »

Major Cities in Cuba

Havana (Cuba) According to SIMPLYYELLOWPAGES, Havana is the capital of Cuba. The city is located on the northwest coast of the island, which is washed by the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Havana was founded in 1519 by the Spanish conquistador Diego Velázquez and became the capital of Spanish Cuba in 1552. Now it… Read More »

Cuba Healthcare and Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 cholera [2] Typhoid & Polio 3 – Eat Drink 4 – malaria no – Overview Medical care in Cuba does not correspond to Western European standards. Above all, the technical equipment, the hygienic conditions and the supply of medicines in Cuban clinics leave a lot… Read More »

Sights of Cuba

Natural attractions of Cuba Most of Cuba is occupied by low, slightly hilly plains; mountain ranges and uplands, lower in the west and higher in the east, stretch along the coasts. In the extreme west, on the Guanaacabibes peninsula, a heavily eroded limestone surface with a peculiar karst relief stretches along the coast. To the… Read More »

Cuba Culture and Traditions

CULTURE: GENERAL INFORMATION The Cuban cultural soul, a direct emanation of the ethnic one, is threefold: the native component, the Spanish one and that of the African slaves deported here are recognized. In the various spheres of Cuban cultural life one or the other prevails alternately, but it is the fusion of different influences that… Read More »