Sancti Spiritus Cuba with Zeb the Duck

I, Zeb the Duck, wandered around Sancti Spiritus, Cuba on a sunny afternoon.   Sancti Spiritus is one of 7 cities founded by the Spanish in 1514.   Today I will show you pictures of the town.

I love this street.  The street tiles are beautiful.

Street in Sancti Spiritus

Street in Sancti Spiritus

Old buildings are so sturdy and majestic.

Love this building

Love this building

This statue is in Parque Serafin Sanchez.

Statue in park

Statue in park

The park was named after a local hero in the war for independence.

This horse with a cart is patiently waiting for the driver.

Very patient horse

Very patient horse

Love the stability of the building.

Old building

Old building

Saw this adorable dog.

So adorable

So adorable

Looks just like a dog that lives with JB Duck.

This is one of many older cars and they all run!!

Great mechanics in Cuba

Great mechanics in Cuba

Cuba loves Che Guevara

Che is everywhere in Cuba

Che is everywhere in Cuba

Such detail on this old iron work.

Detailed iron work

Detailed iron work

Many metal statues in Sancti Spiritus.

I love these statues

I love these statues

Another statue

Another statue on a clock

This is my last statue in Sancti Spiritus

This is my last statue in Sancti Spiritus

Zeb's new best friend

Zeb’s new best friend

I like my new best friend!  And I like Sancti Spiritus.  Be one of a few tourists that learn about this town.  It is really great.

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One thought on “Sancti Spiritus Cuba with Zeb the Duck

  1. Being born in the particular City in the Communist country of Cuba, it really boils my blood to read the way that you write about this City. I’m glad that you have never experience the wrath of communism. Ignorance is bliss, please continue to promote the exploration of the communist country of Cuba. You are really helping!

    Please read a bit more about Che Guevara as well. You wouldn’t be so happy to promote him if you actually knew what he has done.

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