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Ciego De Avila, Cuba
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Ciego de Avila City

Not a touristic place, just a little city, but while traveling through Cuba and passing it ... stop and see. Mostly these kind of cities like Ciego de Avila or Las Tunas, show you the unspoiled Cuban life without tourism, which has its romance. For that reason, if I were you, I should make a stop in Ciego de Avila. 461 km east of Havana features an architecture famous for its neo-classic buildings with long roofed corridors along the sidewalks. Cuban architecture combines with Moorish, baroque and Art Deco in the city's rectangular layout.

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