|Inlandsis is the word that identifies Antarctica and Goenlandia and literally identifies a glacier inside the mainland. Nothing more different than the warm, often torrid, Caribbean island.
The Habana, however, is a city that, if travelled along
the lines that separate it from the sea or along
the lines of its inner land, strongly changes
The first city is known
|The ancient calzadas are the umbilical cords that have historically connected the old town to the countryside, but in the back of the very long porticos that line them there are no longer fields with sugar cane, but the city that has replaced them. The Malecon and the old town is only one of the faces of Habana, but perhaps not the truest. Along the sea line it is difficult to get lost, the Inland guarantees this happy opportunity.|