Public Works Projects in Old Havana


Fotorreportaje por Elio Delgado Valdés

HAVANA TIMES — If you are in Old Havana and notice many streets torn up it’s because the city is replacing its aged water, gas and electric lines. While detailed information on the effort was not available to HT we used our camera to bring you the work in progress.


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10 thoughts on “Public Works Projects in Old Havana

  • June 24, 2013 at 3:29 am

    Moses could ask why the government is mainly made up of whites but the population is mainly non-white 🙂

    Some might say that Marti has a lot to answer for in that respect, and not just the Castros… (see Ferber’s most recent book)

  • June 24, 2013 at 3:28 am

    Not the only person to have noticed that.

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