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Ice skating on Havana's waterfront

An ice rink has been installed on Havana's Malecon as part of the city's art festival. Why, and how does it fit with the US-Cuba diplomatic thaw?

Normally the only ice you'd expect to find in Havana would be in a mojito.

But for the next month, an ice skating rink has been installed on the city's iconic seafront, the Malecon.

The open-air ice rink is a the brainchild of New York artist, Duke Riley, who is one of many artists from the United States displaying their pieces alongside local Cuban artists for Havana Biennial art festival.

Will Grant got on his skates to meet him and talk about how his installation relates to the US-Cuba diplomatic thaw.