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Hello friend Mira very nice light and color well photographed, warm regards from California Richard. YSL

Wow........... I lived not too far from this house as a child. The owners were frieinds of my grandfather, their name was Baquedano, and they owned a coffee mill that roasted, packaged and sold their coffee all over Cuba and overseas, when mister Baquedano passed away Mrs Baquedano did not want to live in this huge home anymore and had another home built right next door, as she loved looking at the ocean from this location. By the way, this area is already considered to be Penas Altas, as it is east of the Curva de los bomberos ( fireman's curve ). The house was then purchased by a friend of my parents, a doctor Aldrich who was a well known surgeon. It was confiscated by the government around the years 1960 to maybe 1963 when all the folks we knew as well as my own family were leaving cuba as fast as we could. By the way, it was not then painted in those horrid colors, it was gorgeous cut stone under that hideous color scheme. The road partly visible on the lower right is the road leading to the Caverns of Bellamar. As a child I rode my bicycle all over the place around there, those colors are a sure sign that backwoods "guajiros" have been occupants of late.....God Bless them. LOL

En vez de pueblo laborioso, yo diría: Pueblo sediento de Libertad.

Fiel reflejo de la disciplina germana, todos los espacios bien usados. LK Saludos

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