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Cuban people connecting to internet via wifi- Santa Clara, Cuba

Cuban people connecting to internet via wifi- Santa Clara, Cuba

Cuban people connecting to the internet via wifi in the Leoncio Vidal plaza. Due to low connection speed, the service is mainly used for communication with relatives in other countries.

Cuban Colonial Architecture Details in Windows-Las Tunas, Cuba

Cuban Colonial Architecture Details in Windows-Las Tunas, Cuba

Cuban colonial architecture details in windows of old houses. Decoration and metallic window guard. Small gargoyle of a woman on top of window.

Real senior Cuban man pushing cart with sacs full of grass-Cuba

Real senior Cuban man pushing cart with sacs full of grass-Cuba

Real senior Cuban man pushing cart with sacs full of grass. He is carrying food to his animals. Lifestyle of seniors in non tourist areas.

Cuba Changes Brings Tagging Graffiti to Cities- Santa Clara

Cuba Changes Brings Tagging Graffiti to Cities- Santa Clara

Red graffiti on a wall next to an air conditioning unit in a window. With more relax society rules, urban tagging graffiti starts to appear in Cuban streets.

Order Antonio Maceo in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

Order Antonio Maceo in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

Order Antonio Maceo given to the city by Fidel Castro in recognition of the role played in the success of the Cuban Revolution.

Russian jeep with sign reading ' Free Way, Carnivals' -Cuba

Russian jeep with sign reading ' Free Way, Carnivals' -Cuba

Russian jeep with sign reading ' Free Way, Carnivals'. Cuban lifestyle: man pushing bicycle with boxes of items for sale in the city streets.

Saint Jerome (San Jeronimo) catholic parish church - Las Tunas

Saint Jerome (San Jeronimo) catholic parish church - Las Tunas

Saint Jerome (San Jeronimo) catholic parish church interior detail. The place marks the site where Cuban adoration to the Our Lady of Charity begun.

Old obsolete American car working as taxi - Santa Clara, Cuba

Old obsolete American car working as taxi - Santa Clara, Cuba

Old obsolete American blue car used for self employment in the Caribbean island. After economic changes, car owners can use them as taxis in urban areas

Cuban tricycles or

Cuban tricycles or

Cuban tricycles or 'motonetas' in action. The vehicle is used as a private small business for transporting people inside the city.