A series of pictures taken in Cuba during the days of mourning in December 2016 when Cuban people bid their last respects to their national leader Fidel Castro.
Fidel’s Black Square.
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Genre photography of one of the streets in Santiago de Cuba.
A Santiago de Cuba resident reads the news about Fidel Castro’s death.
Residents of a poor neighborhood in Santiago de Cuba in close vicinity to the Santa Ifigenia Cemetery where the Comandante’s ashes were buried.
Genre photography. A restroom at a gas station between Havana and Camaguey.
Santiago de Cuba residents bid farewell to their Comandante. Front: funeral cortege and the urn with Fidel Castro’s ashes, which was taken through all of Cuba from Havana to Santiago, following the reverse route of the Caravan of Liberty.
Genre photography: Fidel Castro’s portrait, a woman and a girl at a police station in Camaguey.
A Santiago de Cuba resident with the national flag.
A memorial in Camaguey where Fidel Castro’s ashes were delivered on December 1, 2016.
A Santiago de Cuba college student with a portrait of a young Fidel during a memorial rally the night before the last official farewell ceremony for Comandante.
A plaque with Comandante’s name on his tombstone at Santa Ifigenia Cemetery in Santiago de Cuba.
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