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Nightclub: Club Imagenes

Club Imagenes

Destination: Havana City
Open: Daily
Address: Calzada y C, Vedado, Havana City. Cuba
Telephone: (537) 8833606

Description

An intimate and cozy Club to enjoy music and humour's shows. A very special night at this place in the centric Vedado.

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