National Geographic : 1922 Feb
rnotograpn byAmerican Photo Company MORRO CASTLE AND THE MOUTH OF HAVANA HARBOR, FROM THE BANDSTAND AT THE FOOT OFTHE PRADO There are few such picturesque harbor entrances in the world as that of Havana. The tongue ofland onwhich Morro Castle issituated is extremely narrow, and whether the castle is viewed from the Prado, the Malec6n, or from the sea, itisapicture atonce grim and beautiful. The Prado is a broad avenue with beautiful center parking and lined by splendid residences and aristocraticclubs, interspersed with cheap fruit stands and small stores. The Malecon is the magnificent seawall driveway built during the American occupation.