Daybreak in Havana, Cuba

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Photo Feature by Elio Delgado Valdes

HAVANA TIMES — It’s dawn in the Cuban capital. The sun begins to rise on the horizon and little by little chases off the last shadows of the early morning.  Havana begins to move with the hustle and bustle of a new day.

Street venders announce their products, people head to their workplaces and parents take their kids to school amid the sound of horns and motors. That’s daybreak in Havana.

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3 thoughts on “Daybreak in Havana, Cuba

  • Marty sr.
    sí me encanta CUBA, pero es una vergüenza que la gente tiene que vivir en esas condiciones.

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  • marty1940sr.
    sí me encanta CUBA, pero es una vergüenza que la gente tiene que vivir en esas condiciones

    Reply

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