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'''Viñales''' is a beautiful and lush valley in [[Pinar_del_Rio_%28province%29|Pinar del Río]] province of [[Cuba]], with a population of around 10,000. It's about 26 kilometers north of the city of Pinar del Río, and was declared a [[UNESCO World Heritage Site]]. This article also covers the town by the same name.
 
'''Viñales''' is a beautiful and lush valley in [[Pinar_del_Rio_%28province%29|Pinar del Río]] province of [[Cuba]], with a population of around 10,000. It's about 26 kilometers north of the city of Pinar del Río, and was declared a [[UNESCO World Heritage Site]]. This article also covers the town by the same name.
  
Viñales is said to be Fidel Castro's favorite place in Cuba. The mountains are beautiful, the farmers grow the best tobacco in the world, and tourists—who come every day by the busload—are allowed to mingle with the Cubans and spread money in a nice even sugar-coating.
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Viñales is said to be Fidel Castro's favorite place in Cuba. It also is one of the only places where Cubans seem happy. The mountains are beautiful, the farmers grow the best tobacco in the world, and tourists—who come every day by the busload—are allowed to mingle with the Cubans and spread money in a nice even sugar-coating.
  
 
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