All about Cuba




Code of the country



111 thousand square meters Km


Moscow: – 8 hours.


Geography of cuba

The Republic of Cuba is an island nation in the north of the Caribbean. Cuba occupies the territory of the island of the same name as part of the Greater Antilles, the island of Youth and many smaller islands.

The relief of Cuba is mostly flat. Hills and mountains occupy about a third of the territory. The highest mountain range of the Sierra Maestra stretches along the southeast coast for 250 km. Its highest point is Turkino peak (1974 m). About 2/3 of the entire Cuban area is occupied by slightly hilly plains.

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There are almost only two seasons on the island: the rainy season (from May to August) and the dry season (from September to April). The average annual water temperature is 26, 2 ° C. A characteristic feature of Cuba’s climate is typical high humidity throughout the year. However, on the coast, wind from the sea tempers the heat, brings freshness, and in the evenings and coolness.

The tourist season lasts almost all year round.

Average air temperature in Havana: JanFebMartAprMayJuneJulyAugSentOctNoyabDect ° C + 22 + 23 + 25 + 26 + 27 + 28 + 24

Socialist Republic. The head of state is the chairman of the Council of State. The supreme body of state power and the legislative body of the country is the unicameral National Assembly of People’s Power. The highest executive and administrative body, which is the government of the republic, is the Council of Ministers.


State language: Spanish

In resort areas, English, German, Italian are widely used.


The majority of believers are Catholics (47%), Protestants (4%) and adherents of the so-called “santeria” – a syncretic cult based on African pagan beliefs mixed with the cult of some Christian saints.