M is for the Malecon in Havana

MThe Malecon is a road in Havana that runs along the sea and connects old Havana to other sections of Havana. Many colonial-style buildings line the street, facing the open sea. The buildings are in various forms of repair — and dis-repair. People come here at all hours of the day and night, to walk along the sea, play music and share good times.

I traveled down the Malecon several times during my stay in Havana, including in a Coco Taxi.  Here are some of my pictures of the Malecon and the sights you can see.

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7 thoughts on “M is for the Malecon in Havana”

  1. I thing about Cuba I get a real kick out of are the cars. They’ve had to keep cars that are a half century old up and running. There are some real treasures there with old cars.

    Stephen Tremp
    A to Z Cohost
    M is for Movies

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