Though many in East Little Havana speak only Spanish, signs posted around the neighborhood by the city of Miami are in English.
Though many in East Little Havana speak only Spanish, signs posted around the neighborhood by the city of Miami are in English. Matias J. Ocner For the Miami Herald
Though many in East Little Havana speak only Spanish, signs posted around the neighborhood by the city of Miami are in English. Matias J. Ocner For the Miami Herald

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