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The rhythm is going to get you - Afro-Caribbean style in Santiago de Cuba.

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Che Guevara murals are ubiquitous throughout Cuba. This one is in Havana

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There's a friendly face everywhere you look in Cuba

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Santiago, built on hills in southeastern Cuba, has a rich history and features an exciting mix of Caribbean culture

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View over Santiago de Cuba

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Town Sports plays a major role in Cuban society

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Proud owner of a classic convertible in Trinidad

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Not a vintage photo from the 1950s, but Old Havana in 2016

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Cuban countryside

Viva Cuba

A different kind of revolution is shaking up Cuba, a nation emerging from decades of deep freeze. Geoffrey Eu comes away enchanted.
Dec 17, 2016 5:50 AM

Change is coming to Cuba - and it's about time. After decades of proud isolation, this Caribbean island nation, seemingly frozen in time since 1959 and defined for so long by a heavily-bearded, cigar-smoking revolutionary in olive fatigues, is having its day in the sun.

The death of Fidel

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