walking in Havana (Cuba) Montevideo, Uruguay — City Walking 1 day ago   1:21:51

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Havana is the capital city, largest city, province, major port, and leading commercial center of Cuba. The city has a population of 2.1 million inhabitants, and it spans a total of 728.26 km2 (281.18 sq mi) – making it the largest city by area, the most populous city, and the fourth largest metropolitan area in the Caribbean region.

The city extends mostly westward and southward from the bay, which is entered through a narrow inlet and which divides into three main harbors: Marimelena, Guanabacoa and Atarés. The sluggish Almendares River traverses the city from south to north, entering the Straits of Florida a few miles west of the bay



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Iguana Maiden
Robert Gardea
The people are guinea pigs for the NWO. To see how long it takes the 3rd world to adjust to the comming of the NWO. Timing is about right . The old American way of life needs to fall last before people around the world become ONE.👍
Robert Gardea
Dont lookto bad as i thought it would be ... but no toilet paper nor hand towels in restrooms, thats what gets me . Count me out as a tourist .🤮
Top 10
Horrible el comunismo
Aldi Apriyan
Camila Cabello
martin carmona
Hermosas imágenes! Un gran abrazo al maravilloso pueblo cubano desde Argentina! Y qué mueran los gusanos!
kee lee
Dirty. Primitive lazy country.what the fuckin' communism or socialism?
Stupid people.Why live like this Cuban?
No money no economy.people is poor.
Jasmine Brooke
Thank you for the video, was there last year and had a great visit. Love the people, got a chance to ride in the vintage cars, walk your footsteps, thanks for thinking of us and featuring those old/fashionable cars
Djallal Namri
your videos are a rare pearl on YouTube
thank you for this journey through Latin America
basically it evokes all the time the environment in which I live (Algeria, North Africa)
I like this video concept that reminds me of a certain "Rambalac" whose main theme remains Japan
I wish you many more long trips around the world while begging you to be careful when you walk on the street instead of the sidewalk ...
Pam Olsen
What are you using to film this?
Ayaka Yokota
I like Cuba and Fedel Castro.
Ali Khan
Jonathan Caceres
I like cuba looks greats... THE history, the cars. Is a clean city much better the México DF
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Me encanta estos coches los años 50
Adam ML
That's why i love Havana, the place is clean and safe
The cars from the 1950's remined me my childhood.
For those interested the video begins on 23rd street in Verdado close to avenue of the presidents, it’s a more or less affluent area nice homes Cubans with money. Not as densely populated. You walk near the capitalio in central Havana then up obpispo street to old Havana. Go to Cuba before it changes it’s worth seeing , it’s safe don’t miss it once it changes it will change forever.
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Havana unana :v
Saturno 5
Why are most walking videos taken from the streets? Why not walk on the sidewalks? If someone was really there, I would think they would want to walk out of traffic.
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Montevideo, Uruguay — City Walking walking in Havana (Cuba) 1 day ago   22:00

Welcome to Montevideo, Uruguay. This is a City Walking Tour in 4K around Old Town or Ciudad Vieja, Plaza de la Independencia, Artigas Mausoleum, Palacio Salvo, Peatonal Sarandí and Mercado del Puerto by Wanna Walk.

Montevideo is the southernmost capital city in the Americas and the biggest city in a charming little country called Uruguay. We start walking from the Artigas Mausoleum in Plaza de la Independencia, in the neighbourhood of Ciudad Vieja or Old Town. From this place we can watch beautiful art deco buildings, colonial homes and landmarks including the towering Palacio Salvo and neoclassical performance hall Solís Theatre and Mercado del Puerto, a popular port steakhouses market. This is a 4K Virtual Walking Tour of Montevideo, Uruguay.

Montevideo is situated on the southern coast of the country, on the northeastern bank of the Rio de la Plata. The city was established in 1724. The city is the financial and cultural hub of a larger metropolitan area with a population of around 2 million (Uruguay's population is about 3.5 million).

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Must See and Visit Attractions in Montevideo, Uruguay: Small in size but rich in history, there are tons of things to do in Montevideo. Uruguayan capital has a beautiful Old Town, in the heart of the city, full of history and attractions.

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Best starting point is the Plaza Independencia (Montevideo main square). From here you can see the remains of the city walls and town gate, which is the beginning of the original Old Town. This is a nice area to walk around in. From "old to new" parts of the city. Some places to go shopping, a few places to eat as well. Clean area with a lot of people out and about. Locals and tourists all mesh in this area. I found it to be worth the stroll down the street to check it out. Good spot for some pics!

There are two explanations for the name MONTEVIDEO: First comes from the Portuguese "Monte vide eu" which means "I see a mountain" and the second could be the location of the city in a map as "Monte VI De Este a Oeste" meaning "The sixth mountain from east to west".

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The city’s gate is called Puerta de la Ciudadela. Don't forget to see the Palacio Salvo, this building is emblematic of Montevideo. Also, check Teatro Solís, a landmark in Ciudad Vieja or Old City district in Montevideo.

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Let's walk in Peatonal Sarandi where we can find street markets and shops. It’s an amazing place to immerse yourself in Uruguayan culture.Then we visit the Old Market where you can eat the most typical Uruguay's foods and listen Montevideo's traditional music. This is pretty close to the Buquebus port and one of the busiest areas of the city.

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