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A Light in The Dark Ages

The phrase “the Dark Ages” is most commonly known in relation to the Early Middle Ages (from about A.D. 450 to 750), but it is also used to denote other periods from which events are relatively obscure because of our lack of historical knowledge of them, usually due to the lack of written records.

Similarly, there is little we can really know about current day Cuba. To the extent there is light in this “dark age,” it is certainly the preservation of relics from the 50’s.

If you look closely, you can see a pad lock on the hood. Parts are difficult to replace!

Posted: 19 October 2005