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The Pasarela Hemingway Pier extends out into the clear blue waters of Cayo Guillermo, located on Cuba's northern coast. Cuba's beautiful beaches and resorts make the island a popular destination for Canadian and European tourists.  
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The monument to author Ernest Hemingway stands in Cojimar. Beloved in Cuba, Hemingway is honored at many sites on the island, where he lived from the 1940s to the 1960s.  
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Limestone hills, or mogotes, sprout up among tobacco and fruit crops in the Valle de Vinales, located in the Parque Nacional Vinales in the Pinar del Rio province. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, Valle de Vinales is a popular tourist destination for hiking and climbing.  
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A man performs on the streets of Trinidad, located in the Sancti Spíritus province in central Cuba. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1988, the city dates back to the early 16th century and flourished with the sugar trade until the mid 19th century. Tobacco processing and tourism are the main industries today. The well-preserved historical area and laidback atmosphere make Trinidad a popular destination for tourists.  
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Tobacco leaves dry in central Cuba. Tobacco is a major part of Cuba's economy, and cigars are one of the country's biggest exports.  
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Cathedral Square, named for the Catedral de la Habana, built in the 18th century, is the central tourist spot in Old Havana.  
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A star dedicated to the Cuban Revolution on display outside the Museum of the Revolution, in the Old Havana section of the city.  
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A bicycle taxi driver takes a rest outside one of the colorful buildings in Havana, the capital of Cuba.  
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One of the main attractions in Havana, the Capitolio Nacional is a grand piece of architecture that housed the Cuban senate until the revolution in 1959.  
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A sandy walkway only hints at what awaits beyond on stunning Varadero Beach, located about 87 miles east of Havana. Varadero is one of the most developed resorts in all the Caribbean and is Cuba's largest resort area.  
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