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The cars of Cuba, beyond El Malacon

Photos courtesy Maria Sokola. It’s tempting to think that if the old cars of Cuba survived the decades until now, they’ll be around forever. They’re timeless, right? They’re a cultural institution, which means they’re essentially guaranteed to remain on the roads of the island nation, aren’t they? Except, as anybody who bothers to look beyond […]
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