Photo Feature by Ernesto Gonzalez Diaz
HAVANA TIMES — In the city’s historic center, near the Obispo pedestrian boulevard, you can find the so-called “Golden Mile”, popularly known like this because it is the best conserved part of the city.
Possibly the most important tourist attraction center in Havana, here you can find cobbled streets, colonial architecture, hundreds of tourists passing by, attempts to combine modernity and history, like publicity boards on show, which are placed on some of its main corners, as well as its creole restaurants a la espagnol.
Two street musicians trying to earn a living, tourists with their cameras at the ready, a beggar among foreigners, somebody in love who gives a beautiful flower to his beloved and the omnipresent bicitaxis… These are some of the daily scenes from this part of the city.
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