Welcome to:<br />Cuba<br />
Symbols<br />The flag of Cuba was adopted on May 20, 1902, containing a field with five blue and white stripes, and a red ...
Goverment<br />The Council of Stateof Cuba is a 31-member body of the government of Cuba, elected by the National Assembly...
History<br />Cristobal Colon settled from Europe and explore it with La Niña, La Pinta and La Santa Maria. <br />
Location:<br />Northernborder of theCaribbean Sea, approximately 89Km south Florida<br />
Capital city : TheHabana <br />
The climate: is moderately sub-tropical <br />
Flora: includes more tan 6.300 varieties ( tobacco),51% for which are endemic .The island surrounded by thousands of kilom...
Fauna<br />54 species of mammals<br />350 species birds,106 reptiles ,42 amphibians 1.400 mollusks, insects , and arachnid...
Cuba dancing is the Rumba <br />Enterteiment<br />
The Instruments<br />Boxes of different sizes , the bottles, frying pans or metal tool for percussion , three tumbadoras, ...
Cuban independence is a national holiday July 26th<br />Traditional celebrations <br />Bailes de tambor <br />El Guateque<...
Wood: coromandel wood is the most beautiful.<br />Sanke-wood, also they get a variety colours is confined to the heart of ...
Religion<br />Their religion was brought from the Roman Catholic religion by the Spanish colonizers A growingnumber of Cub...
Language <br />Their official language is the Spanish ,the English is spoken in tourist areas like Varadero, and  prestigi...
Education<br />The education in Cuba is free for all the levels, the school is obligatory up to grade nine. Primary system...
Business<br />Economic<br />Their money is called peso. <br />They import food and fuel .<br />They export souvenir items,...
By<br />Melanie Chinchayán<br />Miguel Bustamante<br />Mariano Alva<br />
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Cuba Alva, Bustamante, ChinchayáN

  1. 1. Welcome to:<br />Cuba<br />
  2. 2. Symbols<br />The flag of Cuba was adopted on May 20, 1902, containing a field with five blue and white stripes, and a red equilateral triangle and a white five point star.<br />The flag of Cuba was designed in 1848.<br />The blue stripes refer to the three old divisions of the island; and the two white stripes represent the strength of the independent the red triangle symbolizes the blood.<br />
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  4. 4. Goverment<br />The Council of Stateof Cuba is a 31-member body of the government of Cuba, elected by the National Assembly of People’s Power. he membership consists of a President, a Secretary, a First Vice President, five Vice Presidents, and 27 additional members. The President, the Secretary, the First Vice President, and the five Vice Presidents are also members of the Council of Ministers.<br />
  5. 5. History<br />Cristobal Colon settled from Europe and explore it with La Niña, La Pinta and La Santa Maria. <br />
  6. 6. Location:<br />Northernborder of theCaribbean Sea, approximately 89Km south Florida<br />
  7. 7. Capital city : TheHabana <br />
  8. 8. The climate: is moderately sub-tropical <br />
  9. 9. Flora: includes more tan 6.300 varieties ( tobacco),51% for which are endemic .The island surrounded by thousands of kilometers of coral reefs.<br />
  10. 10. Fauna<br />54 species of mammals<br />350 species birds,106 reptiles ,42 amphibians 1.400 mollusks, insects , and arachnids. They have more than 150 fish species , the majestic marlin , swordfish and sailfish, tuna, mackerel, seatrout, jack and barracuda.<br />
  11. 11. Cuba dancing is the Rumba <br />Enterteiment<br />
  12. 12. The Instruments<br />Boxes of different sizes , the bottles, frying pans or metal tool for percussion , three tumbadoras, the drums.<br />
  13. 13. Cuban independence is a national holiday July 26th<br />Traditional celebrations <br />Bailes de tambor <br />El Guateque<br />Fiesta de Bandas<br />Los Carnavales<br />Parrandas y Charangas<br />Santeria<br />Celebrations<br />
  14. 14. Wood: coromandel wood is the most beautiful.<br />Sanke-wood, also they get a variety colours is confined to the heart of the tree<br />Metal: Silver , white metal, brass, they cut into a veneer of tortoise- shell or mother-of-pearl <br />Material Art<br />
  15. 15. Religion<br />Their religion was brought from the Roman Catholic religion by the Spanish colonizers A growingnumber of Cubans, however, are tobefoundattending Christian ProtestantservicesonSundaymornings. Religiouspractice in Cuba tendstoberelativelyindependentfrominstitutionalized and structuredforms. <br />
  16. 16. Language <br />Their official language is the Spanish ,the English is spoken in tourist areas like Varadero, and prestigious hotels that are in Habana.<br />When you are not in a tourist area its hard to function without knowing Spanish.<br />
  17. 17. Education<br />The education in Cuba is free for all the levels, the school is obligatory up to grade nine. Primary system is sufficient for all Cuban children.<br />Cuba has 2.174 high school level institutions and 47 higher learning establishments. There is one teacher for 37 inhabitants. <br />
  18. 18. Business<br />Economic<br />Their money is called peso. <br />They import food and fuel .<br />They export souvenir items, food and merchandise.<br />
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  20. 20. By<br />Melanie Chinchayán<br />Miguel Bustamante<br />Mariano Alva<br />

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