segunda-feira, 28 de abril de 2014

Pinar del Río, Cuba

The westernmost province contains the tallest mountain rage in Cuba, formed by Limestone, who makes us wonder the similarity with the Vietnam hills! 

We can also find this painted hill that illustrates the evolution of species since dinosaurs, a pre-historic narration that just looks amazing with bright colors and the right weather. 

This area is known for the production of 70% of tobacco in the entire island. We can see in our trip many farms with shelters, with tobacco leaves drying until being with the perfect conditions to be rolled.

The hills are dotted with caves where, during the Cuban missile crisis, Che Guevara and his men’s make headquarters and dormitories. 

 Photos: Natacha Brigham

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