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Cuba is an island country surrounded by numerous archipelagos, and is classified as a North America country with its location in the Carribeans. Not counting the area waters, the total area of Cuba is 109,884 square kilometers (that’s 42,426 square miles), with a total population of over 11 million inhabitants. This makes Cuba the second most populated country in the Carribeans, following Haiti. The largest city in Cuba is Havana, which just so happens to be the country’s capital. Some other large cities within Cuba include Santiago de Cuba and Camagüey. When it comes to culture, Cuba is considered a part of Latin America due to the multiethnic population Cuba holds, which brings multiple different cultures within.

The entire climate of Cuba is very tropical. The country experiences winds year round due to the fact that it is an island and such close proximity to waters. Along with this, Cuba is very susceptible to hurricanes. The most recent hurricane to hit Cuba was Hurricane Ida in 2021, where it cost Cuba $100 million dollars in damages, as well as $40 million dollars lost in insurance money.Cuba is a very biodiverse country, as well as a country that cares for its environment. In fact, according to a 2012 study, Cuba was one of the only countries in the world that met regulations set by the World Wildlife Fund. Since the 1960’s, the Cuban government has been able to replant many trees previously destroyed due to deforestation. Now, forests cover around a fourth of the island’s area. Cuba is home to 17,801 species of animals, 270 species of bacteria, 9,107 species of plants, 5,844 species of fungi, and 1,440 species of protozoa. The national bird of Cuba is the Cuban Trogon, which was named as its red, white, and blue feathers match the colors of the Cuban flag. Cuba is also home to the world’s smallest bird, which is called the bee hummingbird.

The birth rate of Cuba is 9.88 births per thousand population, making this rate one of the lowest within the Western Hemisphere. Along with this, Cuba faces low fertility rates, coming in at around 1.43 children per woman. Because of these low rates, as well as emigration rates, Cuba is slowly starting to face a population decrease. The reasoning for such low fertility rates among women are due to the abortion rates within Cuba as well as the highspread usage of numerous contraceptives.

Politically, Cuba is one of few countries that follow socialism and Marxist-Leninist ideology. The current leader of Cuba is Miguel Díaz-Canel, who is actually the first non-Castro leader of Cuba following the Cuban Revolution of 1959. When it comes to the economy, Cuba’s main exports are sugar, nickel, tobacco, fish, medical products, citrus fruits, as well as coffee. Every household in Cuba owns a rationing book, also known as a libreta. The libreta entitles the household to a food supply lasting a month, as well as other household items that may be important for everyday life.

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Old Maps of Cuba
Take a look around our collection of Old Maps of Cuba.

Cuba is an island country surrounded by numerous archipelagos, and is classified as a North America country with its location in the Carribeans. Not counting the area waters, the total area of Cuba is 109,884 square kilometers (that’s 42,426 square miles), with a total population of over 11 million inhabitants. This makes Cuba the second most populated country in the Carribeans, following Haiti. The largest city in Cuba is Havana, which just so happens to be the country’s capital. Some other large cities within Cuba include Santiago de Cuba and Camagüey. When it comes to culture, Cuba is considered a part of Latin America due to the multiethnic population Cuba holds, which brings multiple different cultures within.

The entire climate of Cuba is very tropical. The country experiences winds year round due to the fact that it is an island and such close proximity to waters. Along with this, Cuba is very susceptible to hurricanes. The most recent hurricane to hit Cuba was Hurricane Ida in 2021, where it cost Cuba $100 million dollars in damages, as well as $40 million dollars lost in insurance money.Cuba is a very biodiverse country, as well as a country that cares for its environment. In fact, according to a 2012 study, Cuba was one of the only countries in the world that met regulations set by the World Wildlife Fund. Since the 1960’s, the Cuban government has been able to replant many trees previously destroyed due to deforestation. Now, forests cover around a fourth of the island’s area. Cuba is home to 17,801 species of animals, 270 species of bacteria, 9,107 species of plants, 5,844 species of fungi, and 1,440 species of protozoa. The national bird of Cuba is the Cuban Trogon, which was named as its red, white, and blue feathers match the colors of the Cuban flag. Cuba is also home to the world’s smallest bird, which is called the bee hummingbird.

The birth rate of Cuba is 9.88 births per thousand population, making this rate one of the lowest within the Western Hemisphere. Along with this, Cuba faces low fertility rates, coming in at around 1.43 children per woman. Because of these low rates, as well as emigration rates, Cuba is slowly starting to face a population decrease. The reasoning for such low fertility rates among women are due to the abortion rates within Cuba as well as the highspread usage of numerous contraceptives.

Politically, Cuba is one of few countries that follow socialism and Marxist-Leninist ideology. The current leader of Cuba is Miguel Díaz-Canel, who is actually the first non-Castro leader of Cuba following the Cuban Revolution of 1959. When it comes to the economy, Cuba’s main exports are sugar, nickel, tobacco, fish, medical products, citrus fruits, as well as coffee. Every household in Cuba owns a rationing book, also known as a libreta. The libreta entitles the household to a food supply lasting a month, as well as other household items that may be important for everyday life.

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