Camaguey, Cuba

The inland Cuban city of Camaguey was once the domain of pirates, privateers and bucaneers. These days it's a more serene place, but the influence of the swashbucklers remains: instead of being laid out on a grid system with square plazas, the city's streets are a maze of narrow alleyways, designed to confound the marauding looters.

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