"A woman swept her home in Baracoa, Cuba. Though Cuban society has been closed off from the world for a half-century, there remains an uncanny openness about the nation's people. Pop into a random apartment and the worst you may get is a wary stare, followed by a joke. Cubans seem inoculated from the preoccupation with privacy that infects other countries. Life is lived in public in Cuba, doors cast open to the night, beckoning the passers-by.
As President @barackobama travels to #Cuba for a 3-day visit — the first by a sitting president in 88 years — we're sharing photos from a recent journey across the country by @nytimes journalists. Visit the link in our profile to see the full photo essay. #nytweekender" By nytimes on Instagram.
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