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For this reason, Cuban’s often listen to a wide variety of music, including; merengue, salsa, calypso and reggae. Large waves of emigration began after 1869, where hundreds of workers arrived in Key West, Florida. This arrival of many Cuban businessmen and workers is linked to the manufacture of tobacco. In the early 1900’s, around one hundred thousand Cubans arrived in America for economic reasons, settling and finding jobs in large cities like New York. After the Cuban Revolution, the government was overthrown and replaced with a dictatorship.
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The area’s climate is tropical, moderated by hurricane, dry and rainy seasons. Cuba has an estimated population of 11,184,023. Brief History and Culture When Christopher Columbus landed in Cuba in 1492, the Island was inhabited by Arawak Indians. Spaniards later established settlements in the area to make use of the Havana Habour that was an excellent transit point to and from Spain. Africans were brought in as slaves to work in Cuba’s sugarcane plantations.