Photo Feature by Elio Delgado Valdes



HAVANA TIMES — We bring you scenes from the San Lazaro National Sanctuary in the community of Rincon on the outskirts of the capital.  The saint, with many followers throughout the island, draws thousands of people each year on December 17th seeking his healing miracles.


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8 thoughts on “Cuba: Pilgrimage to the San Lazaro National Sanctuary

  • So now you are opposed to the Castro dictatorship? I am absolutely opposed to dictatorship and absolutely in favour of freedom of the individual with the provision that in so exercising that freedom they do not impinge on the freedom of others.

  • You obviously Bob Michaels have not read all my posts. I have repeatedly expressed my admiration of the beauty of Cuba which I have traveled from the Roncali lighthouse at the tip of the Guanahacabibes Peninsula in the west to Baracoa in the east, and of the people of Cuba.
    My sole criticisms of Cuba are entirely related to the monstrous Castro family communist dictatorship and its associated structure.
    Yes, I do have an intense dislike of the Castro regime and what it represents.
    As you may have noted, one of your fellow supporters of the regime has openly stated that he “grok” is a Marxist. that at least is honest.

  • Carlyle: you missed my point completely.

    Your intense dislike for the Castro government has been clearly established and needs no further elaboration.

    It is your Pavlovian response to anything relating to Cuba, no matter how non political, triggering even more negative political dialog.

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