Santiago de Cuba

12 May
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Calle Jose Antonio Saco, Santiago de Cuba

We posted an album of frames from the shoot we did in February-March in Santiago de Cuba. It was the first shoot we did in Oriente, the famous rebellious province of Cuba in an atmosphere imbibed with music and traditional dances. It takes many hours by riding a Chinese bus to get there from Havana if you are adamant in avoiding to fly the Russian planes. there, you’ll find a city with an even more relaxed atmosphere than on the western side of the island where an extensive band gathered in weekends in Parque Cespedes, the main square of the town, playing classical music.
Just a ride outside the city is the most important religious sanctuary of the country dedicated to the patron saint of the island, Caridad de Cobre and another short ride from there the impeccably restored fortress that opposed pirates for centuries, Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca raises its impressive walls from the blue waters of the ocean.


Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca, Santiago de Cuba

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