Calléjon de Hamel is an amazing street in Havana known as the centre of Afro-Cubanism. I was lucky enough to visit it in person while I was in Cuba. The work of Cuban artist Salvador Gonzáles Escalona the murals and sculptures there are heavily influenced by the Cuban religion, Santeria and were created using available paint and every day objects, bathtubs, old tills..
On Sunday's you can see people dancing to the rumba rhythms which is said to invoke the Orishas (Santeria Gods).
(Check out the voodoo doll under the pavement and the tiger striped cat who seemed to fit in with his surroundings..)
All photos taken by me. Use with credit please.