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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF LOW843
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 7.70%. The average number of likes per post is 782 and the average number of comments is 24.
20.63% of the followers that engaged with low843 regularly are from Cuba, followed by United States at 11.9% and France at 7.94%. In summary, the top 5 countries of low843's posts engager are coming from Cuba, United States, France, Spain, Turkey.
Low843 loves posting about Nature & Outdoors, Travel, Photography, Architecture.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR LOW843
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF LOW843
- Cuba 20.63 %
- United States 11.9 %
- France 7.94 %
- Spain 6.35 %
- Turkey 5.56 %
Paris, France - storm clouds over Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris; What a special city. You can’t fake “real” history, and the thing I really appreciate about cities like Paris is that you’re able to see & experience centuries of history, architecture, culture, etc. that simply aren’t available in the 🇺🇸 given how young a country the 🇺🇸 is. So, it doesn’t get much better than Paris to a history nerd like myself. I truly wish everyone with an interest could experience Paris at least once ... and don’t even get me started about those warm Nutella & banana crepes 🇫🇷🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba - late night in front of my favorite building in Havana, the Centro Gallego/ Gran Teatro de La Habana 🇨🇺🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba - trying to beat the heat on a hot day in Havana 🇨🇺🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba - Street view, Calle San Ignacio, Old Havana; In all fairness, I’m pretty sure this portion of San Ignacio has been re-paved since this photo was taken. Still, the contrast between the areas of Havana that have been restored for tourists (primarily in Old Havana), and those that haven’t been restored (pretty much all other parts of Havana), are, to put it nicely, easy to differentiate. It’s the on-going dichotomy of maintaining the “tragic beauty” of Cuba versus providing people with a house that doesn’t collapse when the wind blows. Of course, it’s easy for me to romanticize these old buildings when I don’t have to live in them year-round. I still love ‘em tho 🇨🇺🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba - Twilight fútbol in Centro Habana; Twilight is by far my favorite time of the day, so it doesn’t get much better for this kid than experiencing twilight from the soon-to-be darkened streets of Havana. I highly recommend the twilight Havana street walk, just remember, what Whodini said goes double for Havana 🎤🎶😳😂🇨🇺🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba - Street view, Centro Habana; feliz Sábado a todos 🇨🇺🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba- Sunset over the Malecón; the large building on the left is the Habana Libre Hotel (pre-revolution Havana Hilton); I like this particular POV because it shows some of the many colorful buildings along & around the Malecón 🇨🇺🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba - Street view, Old Havana 🇨🇺🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba - Casa Verde, Paseó del Prado; the Prado is definitely one of my favorite areas in Havana when it comes to amazing architecture; some of the other streets + areas (in no order) include the Malecón, Avenue de los Presidentes, Galiano, Consulado y Dragones; that said, good + interesting architecture can be found in all neighborhoods of Havana 🇨🇺🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba - late afternoon fútbol in Centro Habana 🇨🇺🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba - Colors of the Malecón at sunset 🇨🇺🇺🇸
La Habana, Cuba - Silhouette of the Bacardi Building at dawn; I shot this image early one morning from my room at @iberostar Hotel Parque Central just before the sun began to rise. As you can see, the iconic Bacardi Bat still sits defiantly atop the Bacardi Building keeping an ever watchful eye over Havana; btw- If you have any interest in history, especially Cuban history, I definitely recommend reading “Bacardi and the Long Fight for Cuba” by Tom Gjelten. It’s a fascinating look into the history of the Bacardi family, from its rise and creation of the iconic Bacardi Rum brand in Cuba, to the post-revolution appropriation issues and so on. Granted, I’m a history nerd to begin with, but it really is an interesting read. Speaking of which, while I’ve always had some limited knowledge of the Bacardi-Cuba story pre & post revolution, I gained so much respect for the Bacardi Family (especially Don Facundo & Emilio) after reading that book. Anyway, it really was a great read; As for the Bacardí Building, it’s easy to spot and remains a beautiful example of Art Deco architecture in Havana; Cheers to the @bacardi @bacardiusa family for building & growing such an iconic brand 🦇🇨🇺🇺🇸🇵🇷🦇
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