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The Columbus Council on World Affairs will lead a trip to Cuba Dec. 5-12 to study the country’s architecture and history.
The trip, offered in conjunction with the Athletic Club of Columbus and the Columbus Rotary Club, will also study Trinidad and Cienfuegos. Participants will see how Cuba has relied on its resources for architecture and construction since the advent of communism, and see how increasing tourism is changing the island nation.
The cost is $3,500 based on double occupancy, and includes trips to historic sites, seven nights at five-star hotels, transportation from Canada and a license from the U.S. Treasury authorizing travel to Cuba.
The group also plans a “virtual tour” of Cuba on July 3 at the Athletic Club, which will include Cuban food and an audiovisual presentation. For more information, visit the council at [url=http://www.columbscwa.org]http://www.columbscwa.org[/url]