Since my last post from Cuba featured some street art, I’ve decided to show more in this and the next few posts (on Thursdays.) I’ve arranged them by the day they were taken. These are all from Old Havana.
Sancho Panza is a brand of cigars in Cuba so this sculpture also serves as a type of advertising. However, Havana is rather taken with Cervantes’ tale of Don Quixote -and there are other statues around the city of characters from the book – so this is advertising is only indirect.
There was a whole range of wall painting of which you will see more later.