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There are only certain areas in Havana where wifi is available. You see groups of people at night sitting in parks across the city attempting to log in with the rest of the "world." "In 2015, Cuba opened up dozens of wifi zones across Havana. Since then, people huddled around smartphones has become a ubiquitous sight. " -Nat Geo

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OPEN DOORS
OPEN DOORS

After 56 years, Cuba once again open their doors to the United States. 

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There are only certain areas in Havana where wifi is available. You see groups of people at night sitting in parks across the city attempting to log in with the rest of the "world." "In 2015, Cuba opened up dozens of wifi zones across Havana. Since then, people huddled around smartphones has become a ubiquitous sight. " -Nat Geo

OPEN DOORS

After 56 years, Cuba once again open their doors to the United States. 

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