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TODAY CUBA – Several photos from the NYTimes.com series “Cuba On The Edge Of Change: from a land of endless and palpable eorion – but also, an uncanny openess among everyday people”.

The NYTiimes.com report says, “Cuba at times can feel like a nation abandoned. The aching disrepair of its cities, the untamed foliage of its countryside, the orphaned coastlines — a half-century of isolation has wrapped the country in decay. Yet few places in the world brim with as much life as Cuba, a contrast drawn sharper amid its faded grandeur.

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For the complete report and all the full size photos visit the NYTimes.com interactive.

Article first appeared at TodayCuba.com. Reposted with permission.


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