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Saturday, 10 July 2004
Habana Vieja

Habana Vieja

I took this photo on the outskirts of Plaza de la Catedral in Old Havana, and it’s a typical street scene showing buskers and shops.  The plaza itself is the central tourist hub of Old Havana, but these photos were taken on a “quiet day”.

I forgot to mention yesterday that the bones of Christopher Columbus were removed from the Cathedral after the revolution and taken to Santo Domingo. Later it was discovered that they were not his real remains.  Well of course.

Posted by bigblue on 10/07/2004 at 12:04 AM
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