Cuban senior man working in his self employ kiosk. He repairs or fix old broken items. Expensive items at shops makes repairing the first option for Cubans.
Cuban children playing baseball with rag ball. The sport is a passion in the Caribbean island.
Cuban real people: child eating a 'duro-frio' or homemade popsicle. Simple life in small town
Leoncio Vidal plaza or town square corners and everyday lifestyle. (Spanish: Parque Vidal). The area is a Cuban National Monument for its valuable and diverse architecture. It was also a main scene in the Battle of Santa Clara
Old vintage family photo of Cuban peasant people lifestyle circa the year 1902. Couple of young people posing. The girl hair accessory has been colored.
'El Capitolio' or Capitol Buiding is a major tourist attraction in the center of the Cuban capital city. El Capitolio, or National Capitol Building in Havana, Cuba, was the seat of government in Cuba until after the Cuban Revolution in 1959, and is now home to the Cuban Academy of Sciences
Fishermen boat and lifestyles in the Saint John River (Rio San Juan)