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Here you can see a pig with its babies feeding themselves. There are everywhere in Holguin little farms where you will find pigs and other animals as chickens which are grown up as source of food. Cuban people live the everyday life very easily and as it goes without stress. For Cuban if things are not done today it will be done the next day or the day after. So when you are going in holidays in Cuba it is to relax. The people there are very friendly, Cuba is a unique place. Holguin is a province with a big population and is located on the south eastern coast of Cuba. The main economy resources of Holguin are sugarcane, coffee and corn. Other resources of the area of Holguin are steel, iron, cobalt and nickel. The capital city is Holguin and some of the main cities are Moa, Antilla and Banes. There are in Holguin several attractions and activities that can be done as water sports on the beaches, visiting the city of Holguin and its parks, museums and churches.

 
 

 

Cuba Pigs in Holguin

 

 
 
 
Cuba Holguin

 

Cuba Holguin

 

 
Scuba Diving in Holguin

 

Scuba Diving

 

 
Holguin Guardelavaca Beach
 

 

 Guardelavaca Beach
 

 

 
Holguin Banana Plantation
 

 

 Banana Plantation

 

 
Attractions in Holguin
 

 

Attractions in Holguin
 

 

 
Holguin Esmeralda Beach
 

 

Esmeralda Beach
 

 

 
Holguin Fisherman on the Beach
 

 

Fisherman on the Beach

 

 
Pigs in Holguin
 

 

Pigs in Holguin

 

 
Mangrove in Holguin
 

 

Mangrove in Holguin

 

 
Holguin Travel
 

 

Holguin Travel

 

 
Holguin Desert Beach
 

 

Desert Beach
 

 

 
Holguin Typical Casa on Beach
 

 

Typical Casa on Beach

 

 
Holguin City
 

Holguin City
 

 

 
Beach in Holguin
 

Beach in Holguin

 

 
Holguin Workers
 

Holguin Workers

 

   

 


 

 

 

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