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Havana is the capital of the Cuba. The country is a Caribbean island placed between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, only a few hundred kilometres south of the city of Key West in Florida. It involves generally level to moving fields, with tough rises and mountains in the southeast. The beauty of the city can be seen from the brilliant Spanish pioneer structural engineering of the Old Town, to the shocking decimation of Havana Centro.It is a city of stalwart survivors and magnificent performers, who shake eagerly to the conservative whip of the rumba.
The present mayor of the city (President of the People's Power Provincial Assembly) is Marta Hernández Romero. She was chosen on March 5, 2011. The city is managed by a city-common chamber, with a mayor as head regulatory officer. Along these lines, Havana works as both a city and a territory, the city has little self-sufficiency and is subordinate upon the national government, particularly, for much of its budgetary and in general political heading. The national government is headquartered in Havana and assumes to a great degree obvious part in the city's life. In addition, the all-grasping power of numerous national establishments has prompted a declining part for the city government
As trade between Caribbean and North American states expanded in the early nineteenth century, Havana turned into a prospering and elegant city. Havana's theatres emphasized the most recognized on-screen characters of the age, and flourishing around the prospering white collar class prompted exorbitant new traditional manors that rose. Throughout this period Havana got reputed to be the Paris of the Antilles.
Art and culture
The culture in Havana can best be depicted as Afro-Cuban, alluding to the blending of traditions carried over by African slaves with existing Hispanic conventions. Havana culture is much more fluctuated recognizing that these Hispanic conventions were themselves a blending of local island culture and that of the Spanish colonizers. In neighbourhoods over the city, gatherings of vibrant and innovative artists have been conveying everything that needs to be conveyed. The things conveyed are in all manifestations of open art for themselves and for guests as well as for all the kids. These kids, from an extremely adolescent age, advance a profound thankfulness and appreciation for art in their own particular surroundings.
Travel and tourism
Havana pulls in excess of a million tourists every year. As per various studies and researches, it has been seen that close to 1.5 million travellers visited Havana in the past 2 years. The city has long been a prevalent attraction for tourists. Between 1915 and 1930, Havana facilitated a greater number of tourists than any viable area in the Caribbean. The flood was expected in substantial part to Cuba's closeness to the United States.
Famous travel places
The various tourist attractions of the city are Old Havana, Old Square (Plaza Vieja), National Museum of Beautiful Arts of Cuba, Plaza de la Catedral, El Morro, Castillo de San Carlos de la Cabana, Fusterlandia, Camera Obscura and Gran Teatro de La Habana.