The Bryant Slides Collection
The Malecón is a broad street with a public walkway , protected by a seawall which stretches for approximately 5 miles along the coast of Havana Bay. It is located in Havana and runs from the mouth of Havana Harbor in Old Havana to Vedado. Construction of the Malecón began in 1901, during temporary U.S. military rule after Cuba's War of Independence.
Havana Bay (Cuba) -- 1950-1960; Street Scenes -- Avenida del Malecon -- Cuba – Havana; El Malecon de la Habana -- Aerial Views -- Cuba – Havana; Yachts -- Cuba -- Havana -- 1950-1960
Havana Bay (Cuba) -- Caribbean region
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Link to Descriptive Guide
"El Malecón at Havana Bay" (1956). British West Indies Cuba Slides. 54.