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On 10/22/2020 at 6:20 PM, Elpad said:

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If you have not figured out, this is a street “icee” vendor usually seen around Cuban beaches. The bottles contain syrup of different flavors. They had an ice block in the middle of the cart covered with a burlap sack. He had an ice scrapper to do his thing. I just remotely transported myself to my childhood. strawberry 🍓 flavor was my favorite.

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Looks like the picture was taken in front of the Maine Monument in Havana’s “Malecon” erected in the 20’s to commemorate the US sailors lost along with the ship that was involved in a controversial explosion. The angle of the photo only shows one of the two columns of the monument. 
 

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monument_to_the_Victims_of_the_USS_Maine_(Havana)

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21 hours ago, RivNut said:

I think it would be really interesting to know what these cars are using in the way of engines and transmissions.  
 

https://www.anywhere.com/cuba/travel-guide/classic-cars

 

This may answer some of your questions 

 

 

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