'Havana, A!uba - February 17, 2013: Colorful Afro-Cuban dancers in Callejon de Hamel in Havana. This alley is famous because of the walls that are embellished with numerous graffiti work. Sculptor and painter Salvador GonzA!lez gave the impetus for the project in 1990 in order to get the important African influences on Cuban culture. It is a visual spectacle: a street of full of shrines, diverse sculptural pieces, and colorful murals. It has been considered a public temple to SanterA-a and African influences in Cuban culture. Sunday afternoons come alive there with live rumba music and impromptu dancing. Located between Aramburu and Hospital streets, it is a 15-minute walk west of central Havana.'