Tourists takes a selfie by the statue of revolutionary hero Ernesto “Che”Guevara in Santa Clara, Cuba. American travelers have begun to explore destinations outside Havana.
Tourists takes a selfie by the statue of revolutionary hero Ernesto “Che”Guevara in Santa Clara, Cuba. American travelers have begun to explore destinations outside Havana. Ramon Espinosa AP
Tourists takes a selfie by the statue of revolutionary hero Ernesto “Che”Guevara in Santa Clara, Cuba. American travelers have begun to explore destinations outside Havana. Ramon Espinosa AP

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