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New website for lost relatives and friends in Cuba

The Real Cuba has a report on a their new website designed to help Cubans find lost friends and relatives.

New website to look for relatives and friends who left Cuba

A few months ago I opened a new page in therealcuba.com called "Find my friend." The idea behind it was to serve as a search engine for people who had left Cuba and had lost track of friends and relatives who left later or who stayed in Cuba.

The response was so overwhelming that I was forced to stop and redesign an entire new website to be able to handle it.

There were parents looking for their children who had left Cuba and they didn't know where they were; sons looking for their parents; brothers looking for brothers; cousins; friends; schoolmates, etc.

After a lot of work and expense, I have the new website ready. The name of it is CubanSearch.
You can either conduct a search and see if a particular name is there, or register and enter the name of the person that you are looking for.

The more information you enter, like school, place of work, profession, etc. the more chances that you will be able to find the person you are looking for.

You can choose between English or Spanish.

You can search alphabetically, by name, city, school, etc. by clicking on the column heading.
We will keep adding new improvements, including dropdown for name of schools, cities, etc.

Click here for the English Version Y aqui para la versión en español.

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