12 y 23, Vedado

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Comments (12)

Robert Lam on March 31, 2008

Efectivamente, es la Pizzeria Cinecitta de 21 y 23.

alexito.de on August 30, 2008

Roberto, it's your own photo, so why don't you change the wrong title? By the way, it's a very nice photo, thanks for it! Greetings!

Robert Lam on August 31, 2008

Alexito: the title is not wrong because this place is the 12 and 23 corner, really the Cinnecitta's Pizza restaurant is in the front view, I put my wrong comment on March, 21 and 23 is a wrong address. Sorry for that. Greetings from Miami.

alexito.de on August 31, 2008

Roberto, you are right. I was confused. It's definately calle 12. Sorry! Greetings from Munich!

junior_nords on September 26, 2008

Bella foto, en cinecitta nos dimos un atracon de comida una vez tres amigos (todos viven fuera de Cuba) que no tiene nombre, casi no podiamos movernos para salir de alli, lo que no pudimos comer seguro fue a parar a manos (o bocas) del caballero de paris, que muchas veces se parqueaba a la entrada por el lado de 12.

Saludos,

canuban on October 20, 2008

La pelota

tatynely on July 1, 2009

yo vivia muy cerca, y ahora cuando voy siempre paso por esa.

malembe on January 28, 2010

Ah!!, The memories of 12 y 23; I don't have time and space to recount everything. I was in the "Antonio Guiteras"(old "Teresianos")during those High School days; After quiting time or skipping class, we went to the "Tropicream" at 12 y 19, or to the "Vedado Tennis" down on Linea Y 12; with a shortwave radio listening to the now extint "WQAM" ( ah, " La Dobliu"). Tatayo, Atares, Felo, Arocha, and the one and only "Veneno". What a characters. Guys, I did came during the very first wave of the Mariel Boatlift, and after all this years I could say with pride and joy that our generation were UNIQUE; WHY? well, according to my personal experiences, we were much more civilize and intellectualy advance that others spanish-speaking in the EU. The propaganda against us surpass the limits of ignorance, to reach the extreme feelings of hate and envy, including racial overtones. They come here to destroy this Society. I am sorry but I will like to avoid politics. I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE CUBA FREE!!!

ALHOMER on April 4, 2010

Mi Barrio!!!!!!!!!!!!

vivcar on July 1, 2010

mi barrioooo....vivia en el edificio MACA

ykusiat on May 28, 2011

gracias por tus fotos y por las de los demas, me hicieron recordar el lugar donde naci y me crie pero hace 16 anos que no he vuelto , vivia en el maca igual qe mi amigo vivcar que ojala contacte conmigo gracias a todos

Margarita Ruiz-Sierr… on March 29, 2012

Yo vivi en los altos donde a la izquierda hay unos balcones . Vivi alli bien chiquita, en los bajos toda esa parte de abajo habia un jardin al aire libre que se llamaba La Dalia y tambien era cafeteria con mesas y sillas al aire libre, tenian un toldo grande que cubria el area del sol y la lluvia. Me encantaba sentarme en el balcon a ver pasar los entierros hacia el Cementerio Colon. De pequena yo veia aquella calzada tan amplia y grande, ahora que lo veo en fotos, todo me luce mas estrecho . Tambien alrededor del jardin La Dalia, estaban los que vendian tickets de loteria, cantando los numeros para jugar.... Me encanta recordar aquella epoca.

Gracias por todas las fotos que nos proveen para poder volver atras en nuestra memoria. Margarita Ruiz-Sierra Parets.-

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  • Uploaded on February 9, 2007
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    by Robert Lam
    • Camera: OLYMPUS CORPORATION C750UZ
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/400)
    • Focal Length: 6.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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