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According to watchtutorials, Cuba is a large Caribbean island with a population of 11.2 million people. It is the most populous country in the Caribbean region, and the second-most populous country in Latin America after Brazil. Cuba has a diverse population, with people from different ethnic backgrounds, religions and cultures living together in harmony. The majority of Cubans are of mixed African, European and Native American descent, with around 65% of them having African ancestry. The main language spoken in Cuba is Spanish, although English and French are also spoken by some people. Around 70% of Cubans are Roman Catholic, while other religious beliefs such as Protestantism, Santeria and Yoruba are also practiced. In terms of age distribution, the majority of Cubans (around 60%) are between 15-64 years old while 25% are under 15 years old and 15% are over 65 years old. This age distribution reflects a high birth rate compared to other countries in the region due to Cuba’s strong focus on health care and education which has resulted in improved life expectancy over recent decades. In addition to this, Cuba has a very low emigration rate which means that it has retained its population size over time despite its economic difficulties since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. As a result, Cuba’s population remains well-distributed across all age groups despite its challenging economic situation. See itypetravel for Cuba Population and Language.

Cuba Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Cuba: political system According to DISEASESLEARNING.COM, Cuba has been a socialist republic since 1959, there is one-party rule of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC); the highest state organ is the Council of State (Consejo de Estado) with 31 members and the Council of Ministers with 39 members. The 609 members of the Asemblea Nacional… Read More »

How to get to Cuba

Overview With countless pristine beaches, mountain forests and bustling cities, Cuba is anything but an ordinary island. Although time has stood still in many respects since the revolution more than 50 years ago, the contrasts of sunny Cuba are fascinating. The historic cities of Havana and Trinidad have been faithfully restored; a walk through its… Read More »