Capital: Havana

The major language: Spanish

The location: Caribbean

The average population of Cuba: 11 million inhabitants

Total life expectancy: 78.3%

Major cities: Havana, Santiago de Cuba, and Camaquey

Major bodies of water: La Laguna de Leche (The Lagoon of Milk), Cauto River, and Zapata Swamp

Major landforms: The Grupo Guamuhaya, The Sierra Maestra, and Blue mountains

General seasonal weather conditions: In the summer are very hot from the months June to August. Other times of the year the weather is typically warm weather. December, January, and February are the coolest months of the year. Sometimes occasional cold fronts make their way down from North America.

Average yearly rainfall: 1320 mm (about 52in) more than 60% of rainfalls during wet season which extends to May-October this when Cuba receives up to 75% of its relative humidity?/Averages to 54 inches (137 cm)

The average temperature is usually semitropical or temperate. Average minimum temperature is 21 degrees Celsius (70 degrees Fahrenheit). Average maximum is 27 degrees Celsius (81 degrees Fahrenheit).

Cuba is republic and the major religion is Roman Catholicism.

West African, Spanish and European music is popular in Cuba.

The typical food in Cuba is 'Moros y Cristiano's' which is black beans and rice.

Baseball, soccer, basketball, volleyball, and athletics are some of the major sports of Cuba, but baseball is by far the most popular.

Some interesting facts about Cuba is that their native animal is a bee hummingbird which goes around drinking nectar of flowers and weighs less than a dime. Another interesting fact is that their main modes of transportation are bikes, cars, and trains. The last fact is that their laws are way different from ours by how their internet is not to be accessed unless you have the governments approval and only about 1.67% of the population can access the internet. There are absolutely no religious schools there at all. All the hotels, resorts, and restaurants that tourists are able to go to stay at are off limits to the Cubans.

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