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A classic American car sits in Parque Jose Marti

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A classic American car sits in Parque Jose Marti
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Cienfuegos, Cuba - A red classic American car sits parked in Parque Jose Marti in downtown Cienfuegos, a city on the southern coast of Cuba and capital of the province of Cienfuegos. Cienfuegos is also known as "La Perla del Sur" (The Pearl of the South). It was settled by French immigrants from Bordeaux and Louisiana, led by Don Louis D'Clouet, on April 22, 1819. Its original name was Fernardina de Jagua, in honor of Ferdinand VII of Spain. The settlement became a town in 1829, and a city in 1880. The city was subsequently named Cienfuegos, sharing the name with the province named after a capitán general (spanish governor). The name Cienfuegos literally translates to "Hundred fires". In 2005, UNESCO inscribed the Urban Historic Centre of Cienfuegos on the World Heritage List, citing Cienfuegos as the best extant example of the 19th-century early Spanish Enlightenment implementation in urban planning.

City/Location:
Cienfuegos
State/Province/
Subregion:
Cienfuegos
Country:
Cuba
Camera:
Aperture:
1.2
Shutter Speed:
1/3200s
ISO Setting:
100
Focal Length:
85.0mm
Image Id:
Cuba_0268-Red_Chevy
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