Note the asymmetrical towers
In the 1970's I climbed those stairs many times, not to study for I was a young teenager then; but to eat at a cafeteria.
The cafeteria was located next to the school of Mathematics, from the picture's viewpoint to the left behind the columns.
The open sky behind the columns is where a park is located. I believe the park was called "Parque Cadenas" but I never saw any cadenas (chains), so I do not know why it had that name.
Thanks for the memories.
Nature at its best. Gorgeous Cuban landscape.
Beautiful, One of the most rugged terrains in the Cuban countryside.
Ja det er et fint billede borset fra at der er ikke megen bunker, men det er et radartårn, som var med til at styre Tirpitz-stillingen, som ligger et par km derfra.
more than excelent! wonderful picture!!!
Es una belleza!!! huaaaaauuuuu
I travelled by bus, and I vomitted nearly all the way, because I was very sick (not seasick!). So I didn't notice Zeytinada village and was not able to take pictures at all on that bloody day.