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Photo: Kaloian.

American cars in Havana

Thousands of American cars from the 50s and 60s run daily through Havana, with a public transportation license for Cubans or as a tour service in CUC for foreigners. Most of them have grafts from other cars, especially oil engines … Continued

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"Reversible" by Cuban Contemporary Dance. Photo: Ismario Rodríguez.

Reversible dance

Before its 10 cities tour in the United Kingdom, starting this February 14, the Cuban Contemporary Dance Company offered, during four nights at the beginning of this month, a farewell program in the García Lorca Hall of the Great Theater … Continued

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Photo: Miguel Ángel Romero.

Playing the spinning-top out of the house

(This gallery’s title is related to the Cuban saying “Bailar en casa del trompo” that suggest not to challenge an expert in his own territory. Also, when you play the spinning-top its movement seems like a dance, that’s why here … Continued

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Photo: Carlos Ernesto Escalona Martí

Parallel stories

A game of chess on the street, a phone call that can be heard among the crowd, a trip on train on the way home. Daily lives of common persons in Cuba and the United States. Images like mirrors that … Continued

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Photo: Kaloian Santos

Goodbyes

There were many goodbyes for Fidel Castro. Everyone bid him farewell in his/her way, as they could, as they knew. The most diverse tributes were there, as well as the most beautiful contrasts: a table football with a photo of … Continued

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497th anniversary of Havana: Photo: Amilcar Pérez Riverol

(In)visible Havana

In Invisible Cities, Italo Calvino – or Marco Polo – tells us that the City of Zaira is not made of how many steps make up the streets rising like stairways or the degree of the arcades’ curves, “but of … Continued

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Photo: Sergio Cabrera

Wynwood: street art in Miami

Between the Design District and Downtown Miami there is an open-air art gallery. Giant caricatures, hyperrealist paintings and all types of fantastic drawings come to life in the buildings and walls of Wynwood, an old zone of desolated warehouses that … Continued

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Photo: Sergio Cabrera

Everglades, “Florida’s Reed Bed”

During Spain’s dominion over Florida its name was Cañaveral de la Florida (Florida’s Reed Bed). Everglades, its current name in English, meaning ever light green in allusion to the swampy zone of the land, whose major part is flooded and … Continued

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Making Habanos

“Cuba will always be on my lips,” Winston Churchill used to say sarcastically when referring to his predilection for Cuban cigars. Like him, other important world figures have tasted the smoke given off by that singular cigar, property of this … Continued

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Photo by Yuris Nórido

A Cuban in Space

I’m from a generation that lived the dream of conquering space, of thousands of children who dreamed about being cosmonauts. A Cuban had done it, everything was possible. Before Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez took off with Yuri Romanenko on the famous … Continued

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