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Chinatown, Havana

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One of the oldest and largest of its kind in Latin America, Chinatown in Havana invites you to see how the 19th Century Chinese immigration affected the local area. It is now a shadow of its former glory with most of the Chinese moving out. Take a photo and then head past the traditional Chinese architectural gateway, Paifang, and take in the sight of tall buildings dominantly standing over the entrance to this part of the city. By using our Havana holiday planner, you can arrange your visit to Chinatown and other attractions in Havana.
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  • A measly quarter. Some Chinese businesses scattered here and there and a road closed, short all Chinese. With mini restaurants where you do not find the quality but the price very low.
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  • Little now remains of the Chinatown, but it is interesting that some Cuban tea explain El Barrio, and the reason for why its history... It is very close to the Capitol so his visit is essential. Also, is located in the area a great variety of restaurants, some recommended by the most important travel guides.
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  • This place ain't got much to see-wall fate than to see a chinatown do not capirsce what is when we invaded by Chinese for pertuto but that's not from anything that wall comunqe if you have spare time you can go around a bit but too poor as a place to be seen there a lot better if you don't have much time available.
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