Trinidad de Cuba is a town in central Cuba, near the Caribbean coast on the south side of the island.
Trinidad de Cuba lies in the Sancti Spíritus province, close to the Caribbean Sea and between the Escambray Mountains and the Valle de los Ingenios. Together with the Valle de los Ingenios, the town was declared an UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988.
This video is an extended version of the 1-minute Trinidad de Cuba video, I released at the end of April. If you would like to read more about the town and the sites in this video, please check out the other post: Trinidad de Cuba (Cuba) – In Another Minute (Week 313).
The song in the video is “El Perro Loco” by Bruno Bassi of Los Hermanos, which you can find on the royalty-free music website GoSoundtrack.com. Their collection is available via a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license. For this extended video, I had to take the liberty and extend the song a little bit, too. Hope no one minds my crude sound editing.
Other videos from my Cuba trip in April:
Malecón (Havana, Cuba) – In Another Minute (Week 316)
La Habana Vieja, Old Havana (Havana, Cuba) – In Another Minute (314)