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Coast of cuba

The Xindi weapon test reaching Cuba's south coast

Cuba was an island-country on Earth's 20th and 21st centuries and which consisted of a large island south of Florida in Earth's Caribbean region.

In 1893, hand-rolled Havana cigars, named for Cuba's capital city, were the preferred cigar of Samuel Clemens, whose pen-name was Mark Twain. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")

In the mid-20th century, Cuba was depicted on the mission insignia for Apollo 1, Apollo 7, and Apollo 11. (ENT: "First Flight").

The island was crossed from north to south by the destructive beam of the 2153 Xindi weapon test probe, with great loss of life. (ENT: "The Expanse")

Earth assimilated

Cuba connected to Florida with bridge-like structures

In an alternate Earth assimilated by the Borg, Cuba was connected to Florida and other Caribbean islands with bridge-like structures. (Star Trek: First Contact)

Based on its name, the Havana Institute might also have been located in Cuba. Furthermore, the Havana might be named for the city.

List of Cubans Edit

According to his profile on Intel's Starfleet Shipyard site, Richard Robau was born in Sagua La Grande, Cuba.

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