An American In Cuba

Lion Calandra traveled in one of the first groups of Americans that was allowed to travel to Cuba under a new cultural exchange and tourism program. Harold Goodman captured some of the things the group was allowed to see.

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    The Church of the Holy Trinity sits at the center of the Plaza Mayor in Trinidad, Cuba. (Photo courtesy of Harold Goodman)
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    The living room at Finca Vigia, the Cuban home of writer Ernest Hemingway. (Photo courtesy of Harold Goodman)
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    El Morro – a fortress built in 1589 – is seen during a stroll along the Malecon, Havana’s seawall. (Photo courtesy of Harold Goodman)
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    Classic American cars of the 1950s and '60s shake, rattle and roll down the streets of Havana. (Photo courtesy of Harold Goodman)
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    The lobby of the Hotel Nacional de Cuba in Havana showcases chandeliers, a wood-beam ceiling and hand-painted tiles. (Photo courtesy of Harold Goodman)
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    The home of Jose Fuster, "Picasso of the Caribbean," showcases the artist’s signature brightly colored ceramics. (Photo courtesy of Harold Goodman)
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