Cuba is a Caribbean country located in the Greater Antilles. It has an area of 110,860 square kilometers and a population of over 11 million people. The official language of Cuba is Spanish with some indigenous languages still used in certain parts of the country. The capital city is Havana and its largest city is Santiago de Cuba. The official currency is the Cuban Peso (CUP). Cuba has a vibrant culture with influences from both Latin America and the Caribbean. Its traditional music includes genres such as son, rumba, salsa, and cha-cha-cha, as well as traditional instruments such as guitars and maracas. Cuba has a tropical climate due to its location near the equator; temperatures range from hot in summer to cooler in winter months. Its economy relies heavily on exports such as sugar cane being important exports for the country. Other industries include mining from its vast reserves of nickel deposits as well as manufacturing for products such as cigars and rum. Tourism also plays an important role in Cuba’s economy with national parks such as Cienaga de Zapata National Park being popular destinations for visitors from around the world. See 800zipcodes for Cuba Geography and Population. The major newspapers in Cuba are mainly published in Spanish and English. The two main newspapers are Granma and Juventud Rebelde. Granma is the official newspaper of the Cuban Communist Party and was founded in 1965. It covers topics such as Cuban politics, economics, culture, sports, and international news. Juventud Rebelde is an independent newspaper that was founded in 1975 and focuses on investigative journalism. It covers topics such as human rights violations, corruption, political unrest, and environmental issues. Both newspapers have an online presence with news articles available to read for free. Other major newspapers include Trabajadores which focuses on politics; Escambray which has a focus on economics; Cuba Internacional which covers international news; La Calle which focuses on youth issues; and Bohemia which reports on business news. All of these newspapers can be found online for free or for purchase in print or digital form. Check simplyyellowpages for other media in the country of Cuba.