Ernesto Gonzalez

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)

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Old Cars in Havana

At the beginning of the 90s, when the only expectation that Cuba generated towards the world, was to see how long the socialist regime lasted, a friend told me that Havana was known as the rolling museum, referring to the number of US-made cars prior to 1959 that were still operating in the city. (23 photos)

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Havana Flowers: Is There Time for Beauty?

This time of year, it is common to see different species of trees with blossoms on parks and avenues throughout the city. These trees not only afford us a bit of shade and oxygenate the air, they also notably embellish our surroundings with their flowers during particularly hot days. (16 photos)

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World Environment Day Highlighted from Cuba

This year, World Environment Day is being celebrated in Barbados, under the slogan of “Raise Your Voice, Not the Sea Level.” Its aim is to raise awareness about this delicate issue, which endangers the very existence of small countries (that could one day be left beneath sea-level). Cuba is an island country that faces severe challenges if this occurs. (27 fotos)

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