Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
Located in the southeastern part of Cuba Island is Santiago de Cuba, its second-largest city. Founded by the Spanish in the 16th century, it's known for colonial architecture influenced by the fusing of cultures. Its revolutionary history celebrates the city as the Home of the Cuban Revolution. Baseball, an amateur sport, is associated with the national identity and is quite popular with fans. And the Rumba is a genre of Cuban music that is widely appreciated by Cubans of all ages.