Visiting Miami's Little Havana

By Natalie Grant, USA, June 2012

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Little Havana is a lively neighborhood between Miami River and 16th Street, and whereas it used to be filled with a mostly Cuban population, many of whom immigrated in the 1960′s after the Cuban Revolution, it has since morphed into a wider representation of Hispanic countries—particularly those in Central America, like Nicaragua, El Salvador and Honduras (hence why many prefer to call the area ‘the Latin Quarter’ now). And although it’s not exactly the Little Havana of several decades ago, visitors can still experience the neighborhood’s older traditions, most of which are still lingering around.

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Photo courtesy of Wally Gobetz via Flickr.

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