A Children’s Beach in Cojimar, Havana

Cojimar residents are working with a great deal of dedication to rescue a small beach located in a place known as Bajo del Claro de Luna which belonged to an old club which is now in ruins. (21 photos)

Things that are also Happening in Havana

Today, I want to tell you about something curious, which is happening in the City of Central Havana, on Belascoain street near the Malecon seawall. Its a community art and antiques project, that also has iron bars that are salvaged from collapsed buildings, slabs and tiles to name a few of the objects on display. (23 photos)

Guantanamo’s Rural Landscape

Leaving behind city habits for a couple of hours, the kind that consume everyone, leading to stress a lot of the time because of noise and other types of pollution; to immerse yourself kilometers away, where the air is cleaner, the climate is cooler and the surrounding landscape is tinged with the unrivaled colors of a natural landscape… (11 photos)

There’s Nothing Like Cycling around Havana

Ever since the Bicicletear La Habana project began, Yasser Gonzalez, the event’s main organizer, has advocated for more alternative and sustainable projects in a city where vehicle traffic, and all of its derivatives, are truly harmful to our health. (13 photos)

Tribute to Movie Posters at Cuba’s Fine Art Museum

Memory in pictures. Cuban Film Institute Posters 1960-2017, is the name of an exhibition which was recently inaugurated at the National Museum of Fine Art’s building dedicated to Cuban Art and is open to the public through August 12th. (21 photos)

Summer in Guantanamo

Just a few days left now until the summer holidays begin, which every year go on through July and August, when our young children and teenagers finish their studies and dedicate all of their time to having fun in different ways. (12 photos)

Flowers, Angels and Epitaphs in Havana’s Colon Cemetery

Colon, the largest and most emblematic of Havana’s cemeteries, has innumerable mausoleums and sculptures that are true works of art. But in this work what we want to highlight are some of the epitaphs present in their funeral niches, and the flowers that residents in this city put daily to their dead. (22 photos)

Havana’s Churches

Religion has deep roots in Cuba and there being a church in every small town throughout the country (no matter how remote it is), is proof of this. Likewise, you can walk through Havana by following its church trail: Guanabacoa, Central Havana, Bahia, Regla, Old Havana… (19 photos)

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