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Cuba Is Helping U.S. Companies Preserve Ernest Hemingway's Former Havana Home

More than 55 years after his death, Ernest Hemingway is helping bring Cuba and the United States together. A joint-country project team is working to preserve thousands of artifacts at the Nobel Prize-winning author's former home outside of Havana. The project involves constructing a state-of-the-art conservation lab on the property, the first structure built in Cuba with U.S. materials since the 1950s.
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