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    Bacardi

    Bacardi Rum was originally manufactured in Cuba, however production was moved to Puerto Rico after Fidel Castro took power.
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    Guantanamo Bay
    Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, the oldest overseas United States Naval Base, is at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, which the United States leased for use as a coaling and naval station in 1903 for $2,000 in gold per year. In 1974, the yearly lease was raised to $4,085, but Cuba has never cashed the checks.
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    Havana
    Havana (Spanish: La Habana) is the capital and largest city of Cuba. It is also the largest city (both by area and by population) in the Caribbean. The city started as a small Taíno Indian settlement named after a local Taíno chief, Habaguanex
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    Hemingway

    The famous writer Ernest Hemingway wrote "The Old Man and the Sea," and "For Whom the Bell Tolls," while living in Cuba.
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    Snowed in Cuba

    On March 12, 1857, it snowed in Cuba. It is the only time in history that the island has seen snow.
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    El Cocodrilo

    Cuba is nicknamed “El Cocodrilo” which literally means “alligator” in Spanish. This is because the island of Cuba looks like an alligator.
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