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Children play baseball on the streets of Cienfuegos. When a player hits the ball over a house and into its courtyard, it is considered a home run. This shot by Eric Kruszweski won the 2012 National Geographic Expedition Moments Photography contest.
The Plaza de San Francisco in the heart of Old Havana. Photograph by Justin Brown.
Motorcycles at rest below one of the many portraits of iconic revolutionary Che Guevara. Photograph by Justin Brown.
Bright colors gleam on an arcaded street in Havana. Photograph by Justin Brown.
Havana's baroque Catedral San Cristóbal de la Habana was the resting place of Christopher Columbus for just over a century. Photograph by Justin Brown.
Inspired by Washington, D.C.'s Capitol building, Havana's Capitolio served as the seat of government until the revolution in 1959. Photograph by Kike Calvo.
The setting sun makes silhouettes of the strollers on Cienfuego's seafront. Photograph by Justin Brown.
Cuban artist José Fuster, a painter, engraver, and ceramist, has transformed his home, studio and community into an ever-changing work of art. Photograph by Molly Danner.
Mosaic-covered sculptures fill the workshop of ceramic artist José Fuster, called the “Picasso of Cuba.” Photograph by Justin Brown.
Julio Muñoz, known as the “horse whisperer,” is a local photographer whose family was featured in an October 1999 National Geographic magazine article about Trinidad. Photograph by Massimo Bassano.
Bright colors fill the cobbled streets of Trinidad. Photograph by Molly Danner.