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That is the Teatro Fausto, on the corner of Prado and Colon, in Havana Cuba. The "ants" you see in the photo were an artist's exhibit in 2012 for the Havana Biennial. They are no longer on the building.
It's the Fausto Theater, as identified on this photo blog. For more information on the history of the theatre. Located in the Habana Vieja (old town) district of Havana, on the Prado at the corner of Esquina Colon in the Jaruco neighborhood. The Cine-Teatro Fausto was built in 1938 and designed in an Art Deco style, by architect Saturino ...
Google reverse image search locates the original of this picture. It is the Fausto Theatre in Havana. The ants were a temporary exhibit.
Just to complete the answers: Can I exit the palace and then re-enter after purchasing my food? No, at least it was not possible when I last went there (September 2014). The reason is most likely because it is not possible to verify that the same person who is leaving is the person coming back. Tickets are not registered to a given name (otherwise, ...
Gayot Fow's answer is very much correct, the white picnic is worth the trip. You have several possibilities for a picnic on a normal day. The first one is where everyone goes, particularly tourists - namely around the Grand Canal. I would not say that you need to "reserve" your spot but some places get crowded. There is another place, where locals tend ...
Of course you can picnic at Versailles, it's de rigueur; in the gardens behind the palace that is (not inside). In the summer the only problem is finding a suitable spot because the competition from other people having a picnic can be quite keen. Pick your spot early and lay a blanket down to 'reserve' it as soon as you arrive in the morning. Europeans ...
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