What Does Cuba Mean? Essay

734 Words Feb 4th, 2016 3 Pages
Two Different Places I have leaved and its Similarities
Since 1492, the year when Cuba was discovered by Christopher Columbus, the largest island in the Caribbean has been a cultural treasure. Cuba is known for its cultural diversity introduced for Africans, Spanish, Frances and Asian influences. The island has produced famous known personalities in many different cultural field like fine arts, film, ballet, modern dance and theater. Cuban music must be mentioned because of its natural and unique rhythms as the Mambo, the bolero, the Cha- Cha- Cha and the Danzon. Thus, what does Cuba mean? Cuba means numerous beaches and extremely calm, a mixture of whites and blacks and group of farmers and fish man. It is a gradual number of necessities, lack of freedom, miserableness and sacrificed habitants. Even though Cuba is a non-developing country, it has a powerful cultural influences in the world and it has always held some cultural similarities with the United States of America.
Because of the closeness of Florida’s costs to those of Cuba, Miami has been a close destination for many Cuban immigrants. Since the first arrival of the earlier Cuban settlers more than hundred years ago, many Cuban Americans have had a profound and lasting influence on the Culture of the United States of America. As a result of this contributions, many street names in Miami are the same to street names in Cuba. Most of the names are related to famous personalities, idols of…

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