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Pico Turquino

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This peak is the highest point in Cuba. It rises out of the Sierra Maestra range to 1,972metres.

Castro camped out on the jungle slopes of these mountains during the Cuban Revolution, and in the area now called the Turquino National Park which surrounds the peak.

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“Backpacking up Pico Turquino”

In the eastern part of Cuba (in the direction of Santiago) are the highest mountains of the island. And Pico Turquino is the highest peak in those mountains. When I graduated from college, I went with a bunch of friends, hitch hiking out to the East a… Read more...

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