Trinidad

Trinidad is one of the oldest cities in Cuba. It was once a very large producer of sugar, and thus home to many slave plantations.

Today it is a popular tourist destination and known for its preserved colonial architecture and vibrant colors. I was hoping it would be a little less touristy than It turned out to be, but nonetheless it is a beautiful town. These are some pictures from my short stay there.

Central plaza in Trinidad
Central plaza in Trinidad

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More of plaza
More of plaza

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Colonial streets
Colonial streets
Plaza
Plaza
Plaza
Plaza

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Palenque of the royal congos
Palenque of the royal congos

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Slave observation tower outside of Trinidad
Slave observation tower outside of Trinidad
View from the tower
View from the tower
Tower view
Tower view

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View from second-highest level of tower
View from second-highest level of tower
Outside of tower
Outside of tower

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