Coronavirus exceeds 20,000 cases in Cuba after today’s 530 reported infections

The Cuban Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) reported this Friday the rising diagnosis of 530 new infections from the SARS-CoV-2 virus, data with which the total number of patients reaches 20,060 positive cases since the pandemic reached the island last March. The number of active cases has grown to 4,526 and the number of hospitalizations …

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Cuba: non-state forms of management sign 42 export contracts

Cooperatives, private business owners, and Cuban farmers have signed 42 contracts to date to export national products to the international market, the island’s state media reported. The figure represents just over 5% of the 863 foreign trade contracts signed between non-state forms of management and specialized entities in that sector in Cuba. #Cuba🇨🇺 ministro @R_Malmierca …

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Do You Remember Cuba’s Dedication to Angola?

Cuban blood left its stamp on the conscience of the world after the Angolan Wars of 1975-1988. Corporate politicians are united in their desire for us to ignore this reality. Fed up with foreign wars, Portuguese officers overthrew Prime Minister Marcello Caetano on April 25, 1974. Many former colonies had the opportunity to define their …

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Havana orphaned

One of the most extraordinary Cubans with whom I have shared the breath of time that reaches us while alive has died. Eusebio Leal was a brilliant intellectual, a gifted orator, an impeccable humanist, a stubborn lover…tireless; and, above all, a useful man. It’s hard to imagine that he had formally studied only up to …

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Cubans bid farewell to Eusebio Leal Spengler, the saviour of Havana

The old town of Havana has sheltered many famous faces over its 500 years, Alexander von Humboldt and Ernest Hemingway among them, but few more loved than Eusebio Leal Spengler, who died on Friday. The city historian could be seen most days walking through the cobbled streets, past the fruit hawkers and musicians, passing under …

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Why travel to Cuba with Espíritu Travel

Traveling to Cuba has become in recent years a must visit destination for all travelers who want to live a different Caribbean experience. Cuba is the perfect combination between tradition, relaxation, adventure and culture. If you don’t want to miss a thing and return home with a true sense of Cuba Espíritu Travel is your …

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Can I travel to Cuba?

As the months go by, we all wonder when we will be able to travel again? The desire to discover new places and experience traveling is bigger every day that goes by. If we have learned one thing from these past months of uncertainty caused by Covid-19, it is to appreciate freedom of movement and …

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Family trip to Cuba

Cuba with kids is a fun destination and offers a wide variety of experiences to every families taste. Cuba is a fantastic destination to spend your family vacations, whether you are traveling with young children or adults, fun is guaranteed. Cuba is the perfect combination between tradition, relaxation, adventure, and culture. If you do not …

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This City is BEAUTIFUL! – Havana Cuba Vlog Day 2

Welcome to Havana, Cuba! 🇨🇺 Today we’re on a mission to explore Havana by foot and see what this city is all about. It’s a day full of classic cars, delicious foods and a lot of walking ✌️ Grow your YouTube channel for FREE! http://bit.ly/2rBRcq6 Don’t miss the adventure, SUBSCRIBE! ►http://bit.ly/1Nnl2kq New travel videos posted …

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An Oral History of the Bay Pigs: Historical Significance, Outcome Explained (2001)

Triay’s historical works primarily explore the Cuban exile experience. He especially makes use of personal testimonies from exiles and presents his works using a combination of traditional historical narrative and oral history. Said Triay, “I want to be one of my people who writes our history. After his second book, a Miami Herald article stated, …

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Street Food in Cuba – Havana Street Food Compilation

Street Food in Cuba filmed in various parts of Havana. Most of the authentic local street foods can be found around Parque el Curita with and the nearby streets Galiano and Simon Bolivar. Street Food prices start at 5 Pesos (20 US Cents), a coffee will cost you 1 Peso (4 US Cents).

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