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urban hinterland


or back-country.

When I looked for a suitable title for this post, I used a dictionary. You know, I’m not an English native speaker. So, I have to use a dictionary every now and then. But this time I wondered, because I looked up the German Hinterland and got back the English hinterland. What a funny coincident.

As I mentioned in my last post on Cuba, we also drove throughout the country. This post only has some photos taken a different places during our trip.

Take care.

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