Cuba – San Francisco Church I ,

17?? 2011

17?? 2011


San Francisco Church was built in Havana in the late 1500’s. In the 1730’s it was altered to give it a baroque appearance, similar to how we see it today. The English worshiped in the church during their reign of Cuba. However, when the island was again under Spanish rule, in 1762, the church was considered impure and was used as a post office for many years.

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All prints, 11x14 and smaller, come with a decorative white mat. Unless otherwise specified, the historic photo and modern photo are printed on the same sheet of photographic paper. If you would like your photo framed or printed in a size not listed, please feel free to contact me.
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Photo Credits

Historic photograph Library of Congress

Modern photograph by Bryan Weinstein


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