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Cojimar is a small town on the eastern side of Havana well known for being the place where Hemingway moored his boat, the "Pilar". A common stop in Cojimar is the restaurant "La Terraza" which bodes beautiful views of the water and original Raúl Corrales photos. 


Cojimar is also home to a fishing cooperative of over 750 boats. Peering through the fence you can see the still- maintained formerly-occupied fishermen cabins on site. This is an active community of fishermen and a rarely-seen place. Bring your camera, the texture and shadows in the photos are second to none. 

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