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WHAT COUNTRY IS HOME TO AN ISLE OF YOUTH?
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[STC001177] Over the course of its history, the island that is now known as Cuba’s Isla de la Juventud has been known by a variety of different names. In 1494, Christopher Columbus arrived at the island and gave it the name Evangelista. For a period of time, it was a famous location for pirates. (Some say it even inspired Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Treasure Island.’) Following its incorporation into Cuba in 1925, it had previously served as a prison for the Spanish. It was known as “Isla de Pinos” (which literally translates to “Island of Pines”) for a good number of years, but in 1978 it was renamed “Isla de la Juventud” when a number of schools were constructed there for students from other countries. Isla de la Juventud is the second-largest island in Cuba and has developed into a popular destination for ecotourism thanks to its location directly south of Havana.