Havana is a beautiful and fascinating city with its persuasive past and rich culture unveiled in the stunning beauty of its residents ‘ architecture and cityscape. There is no uniformity of buildings and individuals on all streets showing a diverse set of images. Military officers are turning against the Soviet-era repression blocs; Santería’s supporters, clad all in white, walk past New Gothic churches; clever crowds, aged leftists emerge outside Art Deco theatrical; and baseball taxi drivers who ride across the front lines in their fifty-year-old Buicks and Chevrolet. Particularly in the center, almost all the streets seem to have an interesting past to say, whether imperial grandeur, glamour, economic struggle or revolutionary change–all in one block at times.