In 23 images!
Havana, is a city that has been almost untouched for the last 50 years. Amazing! Walking on its streets gives the impression that you are taking part in a movie set or a fairy tale.
Yes, there might be poverty all arround you, but Cuban people are proud, have very high self-esteem and also they have dignity. They are polite and happy and gave me the impression that, us in the so-called western world, are going after things that do not matter (of course this is something everyone decides for his own).
Please enjoy a colorful city that knows how to be alive(!):
All images (C) Kostas Kalantzopoulos
One more picturesque city in Cuba. Beautiful buildings, quite well kept, more modern people and, of course the sea. The Caribbean Sea!
Cienfuegos is located in the southern part of Cuba and it is known as “The Pearl of the South”.
You can read more info about Cienfuegos HERE.
Those are 27 of my photos of Cienfuegos:
All photos © Kostas Kalantzopoulos Photography
Recently, I had the opportunity to visit the small city of Trinidad in Cuba. It is considered one of the most picturesque cities in Cuba (probably in the world) and this for a good reason. The city structure is simple, with small streets and houses. People are more than friendly and surprisingly happy. Colors are everywhere and that suits very much my photography since I love colors.
Trinidad is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites , because of its long history (was founded in 1514) and also because of its architecture that remains almost unchanged the last 60 years.
You can read more “professional” info about Trinidad’s history HERE.
However, here is my perspective in pictures:
All photos © Kostas Kalantzopoulos – 2015