All Eyes on Cuba

Cuba, the largest Island in the Caribbean, is known for its classic cars, vibrant culture, crumbling Art Deco buildings, and sugar cane farmlands.

The restoration of diplomatic ties between Cuba and the United States has headlined the news for the past week with both countries agreeing to establish open economic and travel ties, marking the most significant shift in U.S. policy toward the communist island in decades. 

Today, we feature a gallery of Associated Press photographs that spans from 1943 to present day Cuba. 


Click an image to launch the All Eyes on Cuba gallery.


 

View the All Eyes on Cuba collection

 

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Published by AP Images Team

AP Images is the world’s largest collection of historical andcontemporary photos. AP Images provides instant access to AP's iconic photos and adds new content every minute of every day from every corner of the world, making it an essential source of photos and graphics for professional imagebuyers and commercial customers. Whether your needs are for editorial, commercial, or personal use, AP Images has the content and the expert sales team to fulfill your image requirements. Visit apimages.com to learn more.

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    The restoration of diplomatic ties between Cuba and the United States has headlined the news for the past week with both countries agreeing to establish open economic and travel ties, marking the most significant shift in U.S. policy toward the communist island in decades.

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