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Courthouse

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I'm not completely sure it is a courthouse. It's a conspiracy of my USA upbringing, Cuba's same infatuation of last century, and my own ignorance, having been in Santiago de Cuba for only about 5 hours. Please, if there is anyone out there in the Tubes, correct me if I'm wrong.

  • Af Ehad 11 months ago
    This is not the courthouse, this a bank in Enramadas Street.
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