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SENCILLAMENTE IMPRESIONANTE Autobuses Santiago - Habana de la decada del 50 #Cuba #CubaArchivo ¿Y ahora?

SENCILLAMENTE IMPRESIONANTE Autobuses Santiago - Habana de la decada del 50 #Cuba #CubaArchivo ¿Y ahora?

Santiago de Cuba, Cuba.  Went here last year, it is no longer open because of hurricane sandy -  Done

Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. Went here last year, it is no longer open because of hurricane sandy - Done

Foto de la Alameda Bernardo O'higgins de Santiago de Chile en el 1968.

Foto de la Alameda Bernardo O'higgins de Santiago de Chile en el 1968.

Un Video Caliente que ayer no se vio bien, pero hoy si te lo mostramos con claridad. Fuertes riñas por desalojo en Santiago de Cuba. (Video) - Habana Linda

Un Video Caliente que ayer no se vio bien, pero hoy si te lo mostramos con claridad. Fuertes riñas por desalojo en Santiago de Cuba. (Video) - Habana Linda

Today in History - July 17, 1898: The Spanish surrender to the United States at Santiago, Cuba, ending the Spanish-American War. The Treaty of Paris is signed the following February, which gives the United States control of Cuba, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines.

Today in History - July 17, 1898: The Spanish surrender to the United States at Santiago, Cuba, ending the Spanish-American War. The Treaty of Paris is signed the following February, which gives the United States control of Cuba, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines.

El Papa Benedicto XVI pasa en el Papamóvil frente a una valla del ex mandatario cubano Fidel Castro que reza "Santiago, rebelde ayer, hospitalidad hoy, heroica para siempre'', a su llegada a la Plaza Antonio Maceo en Santiago de Cuba donde oficiará una misa este 26 de marzo de 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

El Papa Benedicto XVI pasa en el Papamóvil frente a una valla del ex mandatario cubano Fidel Castro que reza "Santiago, rebelde ayer, hospitalidad hoy, heroica para siempre'', a su llegada a la Plaza Antonio Maceo en Santiago de Cuba donde oficiará una misa este 26 de marzo de 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

The majority of the 82 revolutionaries that came to Cuba on the 60-foot yacht named "Granma" were killed or captured, but a few escaped to the Sierra Maestra, including the Castro brothers, Fidel and Raul, Che Guevara, Camilo Cienfuegos and a handful of others.  Photo shows Fidel Castro (2nd from left) and Cuban Rebels in the Sierra Maestra Mountains.

The majority of the 82 revolutionaries that came to Cuba on the 60-foot yacht named "Granma" were killed or captured, but a few escaped to the Sierra Maestra, including the Castro brothers, Fidel and Raul, Che Guevara, Camilo Cienfuegos and a handful of others. Photo shows Fidel Castro (2nd from left) and Cuban Rebels in the Sierra Maestra Mountains.

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