Fidel Castro's ashes were driven two miles through Santiago, Cuba on Sunday morning to Santa Ifigenia cemetery, where he was laid to rest. Raul Castro laid his brother's remains in a stone tomb marked with one word: "Fidel." Thousands of Cubans lined the streets to get a glimpse of the leader before the small burial service. His remains were laid to rest after nine days of mourning.
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Thousands of Cubans visited a memorial to Fidel Castro in Havana's Plaza of the Revolution on Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, as the nation plunged into a week of services bidding farewell to the man who ruled the country for nearly half a century.