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Rolling Stones in Havana, the pictures of the live concert in Cuba
The Rolling Stones have played in Havana, the capital of Cuba, in a concert that has been considered the biggest cultural event after the 1959 revolution: once again music has made the history.
After US President Barack Obama visited Cuba, 200,000 (or 400,000 – estimates are still approximate) local people and tourists who went there on purpose have attended the Rolling Stones concert of 25 March in Havana’s Ciudad Deportiva. The British band once again have made history with their music.
— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) 26 marzo 2016
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