June Comes to Havana Pictures

Come rain or shine Juan takes to streets virtually every day to capture daily life scenes, its more than a habit, its a total passion to let you know what’s going on in people’s lives. (15 photos)

Havana’s Port Avenue

Avenida del Puerto (Port Avenue) links the oldest part of the city with the Malecon, which takes us to the most modern part of the Cuban capital. Some people think of it as an extension of the Malecon, but Avenida del Puerto is actually a lot older. (24 photos)

Andres Bazabe and his Cardboard Universe

Andres Bazabe Hernandez is one of the many Cuban artists who has joined the recycling movement. He has many individual and group exhibitions under his belt, and some of his works even form part of private art collections in the US and Italy. (12 photos)

Havana’s El Prado Promenade

The El Prado Promenade took on its current appearance when the Republic was founded in the early 20th century. Politicians and presidents set up house in its surrounding areas. (17 fotos)

Cuba’s LGBTI+ Community Marches Without Permission

It turned out that the best thing that could happen was the suspension of the conga parade that, under the tutelage of the Cuban government-approved CENESEX, is carried out every year in May for the day against homophobia. (15 photos)

Here’s What May Day Looked Like in Guantanamo, Cuba

International Workers Day on May 1st has traditionally been a day of celebration in Cuba after 1959. Here are some of the faces from this year’s May Day in Guantanamo, Cuba’s far eastern province. (14 photos)

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