Trinidad, Cuba – Photo of the Day

Trinidad, Cuba. By Sylvia Kirk (USA). Camera: Nikon D7000

HAVANA TIMES – Since last year trips to Cuba have been reduced due to the pandemic. Perhaps our readers think that in the Photo of the Day we only publish images of Cuba, but that’s not the case.

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2 thoughts on “Trinidad, Cuba – Photo of the Day

  • If you didn’t see any repression, you weren’t looking very hard.
    And you’re totally wrong; the failed policies in Cuba are caused by the incompetence of the Cuban government. If you re-read what you typed, you claimed that the US and that US Cuban communities are making Cuban government policies, which is ridiculous.
    And if you truly believe that Cubans should work out their own problems, well, how about if they have an election?

  • Cuba was wonderful,loved trinidad,Trinidad, the people ,restaurants and music…the only failed policies in Cuba is not caused by the Cuban government but by the united states and the US Cuban communities strangely hold on the Cuban economy…its time to let Cuban socialism alone and let them work out their own problems …I was there for two and a half weeks and saw no so called repression anywhere ..hands off Cuba. Let us visit again✌

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