Friends Again-Cuban Embassy Opens in Washington DC

posted on 23rd of july, 2015

After a long time since 1961 the Cuban Embassy in Washington DC has reopened. It was maintained in previous years but not allowed to fly the Cuban flag until July 20, 2015. I arrived at the Cuban embassy on 16th street in Washington DC in the afternoon and found many people and the media at the gate looking at the Cuban flag as well as the embassy itself. There were many signs protesting the blockade of cuba. It is remarkable that this event took place since Cuba almost started WWIII by installing Soviet R12 medium range nuclear ballistic missiles on Cuban soil. These missiles had a 1292 mile range which would allow them to reach many targets in the USA. This was discovered by U2 Spy plane reconnaissance flights. What gave the world time is that these missiles were not ready for launch. The Cuban...

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Comments (2)

Posted by Sandshack33 on July 29, 2015
Wonderful Photos!
Posted by Babar760 on July 27, 2015
Great! It's about time we started to end this ridiculous blockade. The European corporations are all pouring in to make the best deals and those bozos in Washington are busy putting nail polish on their toes.

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I like to travel and have been to many places like California, Europe, Maine and Mexico. I live in Washington D.C. and have also taken pictures around my home including the new WWII Memorial. Digital cameras come and go so like everyone here I am always trading up. Just finished shooting the opening of the cuban embassy in washington dc. There were a lot of people there to see this historic event. My education is an AA degree in Photography from Montgomery college in Maryland, though I have found that photography is a continual learning experience.

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