Barrio Chino

A dojo in Bario Chino

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Havana Vieja photos

I mostly only take photos in Havana just before or immediately after dawn. Once the sun is up the shadows are too strong and its difficult to see the beauty of the architecture. Besides, its cool and quite then. There are lots more tourists in and cafes in the old city since our last visit. Mostly, I suspect because WIFI is now available. Building are being restored at a fast pace, and new restaurants are opening daily.

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Masonic Hall

This Masonic Hall was badly damaged by Hurricane Irma.
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Hurricane Houses

A road trip north of Santci Spiritu revealed the extent of the damage inflicted by Hurricane Irma. This man’s house collapsed months ago and is waiting he has to live in the house as is, until help arrives.
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Havana Vieja

Havana Vieja (Old Havana) is the original Spanish settlement at the entrance of the Bay of Havana. Founded in 1519, its packed architectural treasures, arranged around 5 main plazas, with narrow cobblestone streets connecting them. 

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Havana Vieja photos

I mostly only take photos in Havana just before or immediately after dawn. Once the sun is up the shadows are too strong and its difficult to see the beauty of the architecture. Besides, its cool and quite then. There are lots more tourists in and cafes in the old city since our last visit. Mostly, I suspect because WIFI is now available. Building are being restored at a fast pace, and new restaurants are opening daily.

View more photos of Havana Vieja

http://reardonmichael.com/journeys/cuba/architecture/sunrise/

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