Havana, Cuba, was founded in 1514. The city adjacent to a natural harbor prospered as a trading port for hundreds of years. Havana became known worldwide as the 'Key to the New World.' It was a famous port of call for explores, buccaneers, entertainers, and exiles.
Visiting Havana, with all its history, gives the modern explorer an experience unlike other cities in the world. Walk along the streets of Cuba, and you will see antique cars, men and women smoking cigars, and centuries-old buildings with unique architecture. These are the unique photos that define Cuba and are captured by award-winning travel photographer Dan Kosmayer.