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Life in Santiago de Cuba

Santiago de Cuba is the capital city of Santiago de Cuba Province in eastern Cuba. It is located on the south-east of the island, some 540 miles east south-east of Havana.

Historically Santiago de Cuba has long been the second most important city on the island after Havana, and still remains the second largest. It is on a bay connected to the Caribbean Sea and is an important sea port. In 2004 the city of Santiago de Cuba had a population of about 494,337 people.

 
A Cuban bartender
Construction worker in Santiago
A bartender makes a mojito in Santiago
  A Cuban bartender  
  Construction worker in Santiago  
  A bartender makes a mojito in Santiago  
A young girl sits in a doorway
Girl in red crosses the street in Santiago
A dog guards a porch
  A young girl sits in a doorway  
  Girl in red crosses the street in Santiago  
  A dog guards a porch  
Cuban family and friends
A Cuban man gawks at a woman
A Cuban boy babysits a toddler
  Cuban family and friends  
  A Cuban man gawks at a woman  
  A Cuban boy babysits a toddler  
Cannon and column in Plaza de Marte
Boy being pulled in toy car
  Cannon and column in Plaza de Marte  
  Boy being pulled in toy car  



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