The cemeteries of a city offer more social comment than a dozen history books. Alongside the magnificent mausoleum architecture of the rich, not equal even in death, are the monuments dedicated to Cuban public workers, like the bus staff and the firefighters.
The modest entry charge helps pay for the upkeep and there are plenty of tombs undergoing renovation. The white Carrera marble dazzles in the sun and there is the modernist cheek by jowl with the traditional. Allow hours and carry some water.
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