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June 30 , 2007

Haunted Ybor City


The memorable architecture and fine cigars of Ybor City attract and delight visitors, but locals and tourists aren’t the only ones prowling the city’s narrow brick streets and old nightclubs. Invisible revelers still linger at sites like the Florida Brewing Company, where Eduardo Sandoval seeks revenge from the drunken brawl that killed him in 1896. José Martí himself still fights by night for Cuba’s liberation in Parque Amigos de José Martí on Eighth Avenue. Grab a Cuban sandwich or a café con leche and join local historian Deborah Frethem as she traces the spectral happenings of Florida’s Latin Quarter.

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