Cuba Country Quiz

Name these facts about the country of Cuba.
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Last updated: April 2, 2020
First submittedDecember 19, 2015
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Capital city
Havana
Official language
Spanish
Currency
Peso
Cuba borders this sea
Caribbean Sea
... and this gulf
Gulf of Mexico
Cuba is part of this island group
Greater Antilles
U.S. naval base in Cuba
Guantánamo Bay
1962 Cold War crisis
Cuban Missile
Crisis
Most popular sport
Baseball
Dance popularized by Pérez Prado
(hint: starts with M)
Mambo
Cocktail made from rum,
lime, and mint
Mojito
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Answer
Site of a failed invasion
planned by the U.S.
Bay of Pigs
Beret-wearing Marxist revolutionary
Che Guevara
Political party that controls Cuba
Communist
Leader of the Cuban Revolution
Fidel Castro
Dictator overthrown in 1959
Fulgencio Batista
Rum is made from this plant
Sugarcane
Cuba's most famous export product
Cigars
This was abolished in 1886
Slavery
Most famous cabaret and nightclub
(hint: starts with T)
Tropicana
Largest public square
Plaza de la
Revolución
Second-largest city
Santiago de Cuba
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Level 80
Dec 23, 2015
Darn! Spelled Battista with two T's and then moved on, thinking I was wrong.
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Level 80
Dec 23, 2015
And just did it again!
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Level 73
Dec 23, 2015
If you spelt his name with 2 T's, you would have been correct
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Level 63
Apr 8, 2020
I think he means successive T's.
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Level 69
Apr 8, 2020
That's 3 'T's
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Level 59
Apr 5, 2016
Plaza de la Revolución, that's original...
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Level 63
Apr 8, 2020
I tried 'revolucion' because it sounded Communist and something that would be included in the Cuban square name, and I turned out to be correct.
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Level 72
Apr 5, 2016
Wrote Batistuta and Bay of Pig :x Also, the Party's name is not Communists but PCC. Thats very misleading because there are several different communist schools pushed under one word.
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Level 65
Apr 5, 2016
Batistuta was damn good :)
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Level 66
Apr 5, 2016
'most famous' is kinda ambiguous, I tried Rum and Doctors, never even thought of cigars
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Level 66
Jul 31, 2019
I tried tobacco.
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Level 82
Apr 8, 2020
I tried cocaine.
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Level 45
Apr 8, 2020
Marijuana.
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Level 63
Apr 8, 2020
I tried cigars the first time.
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Level 28
Apr 24, 2016
Got Fidel Castro and Che Guevera nothing else.
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Level 59
Apr 26, 2016
Can you accept the first 5 letters of rum's origin plant?
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Level 50
Nov 26, 2016
RIP Fidel Castro
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Level 62
Nov 26, 2016
those people who search for Cuba quizzes after Castro passes away ;)
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Level 38
Jul 18, 2019
Learn something new every day. Have always associated "Mojito" with Puerto Rico and "Cuba Libre" (Rum and Coca Cola) with Cuba.
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Level 63
Apr 3, 2020
I read cocktail and rum and tried Cuba Libre. Only then I read the rest. Never knew Mojito originated in Cuba either.
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Level 65
Mar 28, 2020
Please accept Gitmo for Guantanamo.
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Level ∞
Apr 2, 2020
Done
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Level 76
Apr 5, 2020
Took a couple of shots in the dark and got Revolucion and Santiago.
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Level 74
Apr 5, 2020
If the hint for the nightclub had been "Drinks are free", I would have stood a better chance of getting it ;-)
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Level 63
Apr 9, 2020
Of course the drinks are free, that's communism as it should be right there...
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Level 49
Apr 8, 2020
It helps that I was born in Miami and that I have Cuban ancestry.
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Level 66
Apr 8, 2020
Viva Castro
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Level 53
Apr 8, 2020
I tried Mamba instead of Mambo and then gave up :(
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Level 64
Apr 13, 2020
Jose Marti warrants a question. He is a monumental figure in Cuban history, and his inclusion would encourage those who don't know him to look him up.