Yossel García, a gravedigger at Havana's famed Colon Cemetery, points to the back of a marble planter at the tomb of prominent banker Jacinto Pedroso. To uncover the name, Garcia had turned the planter around – the name had been placed to the back. Pedroso’s name on the mausoleum itself, at right, has been obscured with a puttylike substance.
Yossel García, a gravedigger at Havana's famed Colon Cemetery, points to the back of a marble planter at the tomb of prominent banker Jacinto Pedroso. To uncover the name, Garcia had turned the planter around – the name had been placed to the back. Pedroso’s name on the mausoleum itself, at right, has been obscured with a puttylike substance. Franco Ordoñez McClatchy
Yossel García, a gravedigger at Havana's famed Colon Cemetery, points to the back of a marble planter at the tomb of prominent banker Jacinto Pedroso. To uncover the name, Garcia had turned the planter around – the name had been placed to the back. Pedroso’s name on the mausoleum itself, at right, has been obscured with a puttylike substance. Franco Ordoñez McClatchy

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