In Havana, a culture of love takes to the streets: graffiti is a new, gritty and poetic way to spread love and oppose the revolutionary government.

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A Cuban love story: the summers of 1896 and 2012

"While the city sleeps, I think of you."

In the summer of 1896, yellow fever, civil unrest, an independence war, collapsing buildings and general economic despair threatened the lives of the entire populace of Havana, Cuba. In the summer of 2012, cholera, civil ...

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