Close up of old American cars running or in action during sunset dusk in the Cuban capital city. Due to lack of vehicle supply, Cubans have been forced to maintain obsolete vehicles working and they are now a tourist attraction
The Pope Francis performs the Catholic Mass in the improvised state at Revolution Square. Attending public point of view
Cuban senior woman (101 years old) attends to the Catholic mass led by the Pope Francis during his visit to the Cuban capital city of Havana. Attending public point of view
Architectural detail of 'El Morro' walls. The tourist landmark was a Spanish colonial fortress.
Morro Castle (Spanish: Castillo de los Tres Reyes Magos del Morro), named after the three biblical Magi, is a fortress guarding the entrance to Havana bay in Havana, Cuba. The design was drawn up by the Italian engineer Juan Bautista Antonelli
Saratoga hotel exterior facade with beautiful green old architecture. The landmark in the Cuban capital is a major tourist attraction
Cuban people attend to the Catholic mass led by the Pope Francis during his visit to the Cuban capital city of Havana. Attending public point of view
'El Morro' Castle architectural details. Looking down from the lighthouse, sea waves crashing. The landmark is a fortress guarding the entrance to Havana bay.