Cuba
Cienfuegos
Vintage limosines wait to ferry passengers along the Prado (right) into the town centre - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Cienfuegos is the only city in Cuba to have a Triumphal Arch erected in 1902 to celebrate the inauguration of the Republic of Cuba:  it is seen here behind the statue of JosÚ MartÝ and the zero kilometre marker in the Parque MartÝ - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
The impressive Ayuntemeinto - Town Hall - (left) and the Colegio de San Lorenzo on the Parque MartÝ
The Palacio Ferrer (above) was built by a sugar magnate in the early 20th Century.  Fishing boats by the small harbour (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Meagre takings as a fisherman casts his net
The Reposteria is a mobile cake shop which stopped by the Central Fire Station equipped with modern Chinese Bowo fire engines - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Departing for a trip round the Bahia Cienfuegos - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
The 27 000 tonne  bulk carrier GREENWING registered in Limassol leaving Cienfuegos Bay for the open sea
A pelikan and a small rowing boat between the island of Cayo Carenas and the town of Jagua  - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Jagua (left) and the Cienfuegos Yacht Club which now doubles as a restaurant (right)
Palacio de Valle on the Punta Gorda was built as a private house for a sugar merchant, became a casino under Batista and is now a restaurant for the rather austere looking Hotel Jagua next door - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Biting insects can spoil an evening meal on the verandah if you are not well covered - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
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