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Dominoes in Santiago de Cuba
Santiago de Cuba

In the Czech Republic you have a beer at the end of the day. In Russia you have some little pancakes or a shot of vodka. In England you have a cup of tea. In Cuba you play dominoes.

Copyright: Jeffrey Martin
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