Fotorreportaje por Juan Suárez
HAVANA TIMES — On the afternoon of October 28th, as happens every year along the Havana Malecon seawall, Cubans recalled the disappearance of Rebel Army commander Camilo Cienfuegos only ten months after the 1959 revolution.
Members of the Armed Forces, Ministry of Interior, entire workplaces and students filed in mass to hurl flowers to the sea in his honor.
Here are some of the scenes I witnessed.
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