In the environments that make up this compendium I try to bring you something of the daily life of the Cuban capital. (36 photos)
San Leopoldo stands between Belascoain and Galiano Streets in Centro Habana. This feature with 97 pictures shows its striking contrasts.
On the corner of Gertrudris and Revolución streets, in the Havana neighborhood of Sevillano, there is a farmhouse-style 1919 construction.
Cuba’s annual trade fair is underway. Business deals are made here, and in the case of Cuba, buyers and sellers are mainly state-owned companies. (35 photos)
The Paseo del Prado, is one of the most emblematic sites of the Cuban capital. It serves as a division for the municipalities of Centro Habana and Habana Vieja (Downtown and Old Havana). (34 photos)
On Friday, March 29, from 11:45 to 12 of the day, I took these images in the downtown Havana corner of 23 and Malecon as a storm was rolling in. (16 fotos)
Saturday, at around 4:00 PM in the afternoon, on the corner of Marina and Malecon, just a block away from busy Belascoain avenue and at the entrance to the Cayo Hueso neighborhood, teenagers meet to go for a walk, some waiting for someone, while others are just hanging out and passing the time. (23 photos)
About 30 kilometers from the city of Santiago de Cuba, in the town of El Cobre, a small settlement in the Sierra Maestra Mountains, is the Sanctuary of the Virgin of Charity of El Cobre, Patron Saint of Cuba and Oshun in the Yoruba pantheon. (22 photos)
ViaDanza is a Cuban-German dance company, which was founded on March 16th 2010 and is currently being represented by the Actuar Performing Arts Agency which belongs to Cuba’s Culture Ministry. (24 photos)
In September of 2014 we published my first feature on Havana’s malecon seawall. Now, almost three years later, we return to show some postcards of this beautiful and emblematic avenue. (16 photos)