Lenin Ledo Galano

My Lovely Havana, City of Many Paradoxes

If you go to Havana, you may find that things are not what they seem. You may meet a taxi driver or barman who’s an engineer, or with a bachelor’s degree, or a manager who didn’t even go to university. You may see a black man who’s a freemason or a Catholic, or a white person practicing an African religion such as Yoruba or Palo Monte.

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