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Cuantas toneladas de azucar al dia ?

Que hacen con toda esa energia electrica ?


Que hacen con todas esas piezas ?

This area does not belong to the Santos Suarez neighborhood where you placed the picture


Esta foto del Canal esta bien interesante.

Yo visite el Cerro muy pocas veces; pero siempre lo recuerdo con gran nostalgia, uno de mis mejores amigos vivia por alla.

Casi no hay fotos del Cerro en el web, por favor si tienes mas, subelas tambien.

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.

Is that yourself ?

I just read that Professional kite surfer Andreya Wharry has shattered the world record for the longest continuous kitesurf passage by successfully completing her latest challenge, The Veuve Clicquot Kite Crossing.

Dreya, 34, kitesurfed a total of 115.4 nautical miles (132.71 statute miles) in eight hours and six minutes from Watergate Bay in Cornwall, to Dungarvan, County Waterford, Ireland.


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