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Posted January 28, 2007 by publisher in Cuba Travel

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Sit back and listen to some great Cuban music and see the sights around La Habana, Habana Vieja and Vedado. See the great architecture, museums, colors of street life, the (lack of) traffic on the streets of Havana, famous landmarks all on yet another sunny day in Cuba!

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  1. Follow up post #1 added on March 09, 2007 by Susan

    I very much enjoyed these images and the music.  My great great grandfather’s sister and her husband came to Cuba in the 1870’s.  I know they had at least four children but have no further knowledge of them.  The music tour felt like a little connection to family long past.

  2. Follow up post #2 added on March 27, 2007 by Maggie

    This was heavenly if not just for the music!  I have four Cuban grandchildren, their father escaped Havana with his parents when he was only 5, in 1965.  We hope that the children will someday see Havana for themselves, I sent them this link, as their father (and mother) would love to revisit and do something for the people living there today.  He is a doctor in a top-notch U.S. hospital.

  3. Follow up post #3 added on March 28, 2007 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    Thanks for your posts. We search for good videos and post at the Havana Journal from time to time.

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