Spanish colonial living room furniture and decoration. Solid wood rocking chairs typical of Cuban culture.
Cuban colonial dining room furniture, table set at the style of the epoch. Cuban conservation of old items and its history is a tourist attraction in the Caribbean Island.
Masonic Square and Compasses symbol in old Cuban buildings. Freemasonry or Masonry consists of fraternal organisations that trace their origins to the local fraternities of stonemasons of the fourteenth century
St. Peter of the Rock Military Fortress. Giant colonial cannon positioned to the right of an old building with a toy soldier to the left The place is a Unesco World Heritage Site
St. Peter of the Rock Military Fortress. Stone and rubble walls, stairs centered in between the two walls The place is a Unesco World Heritage Site
Cuban school classroom interior details. Despite economic hardship, Cuban Revolution, has maintained education free for all.
Old obsolete American red and gray car used for self employment in the Caribbean island. After economic changes, car owners can use them as taxis in urban areas
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 'bodega' or subsidized food grocery store. Devised by the Revolutionary government, everybody get a monthly allowance of food