Every Photo You Want to See of the Obamas' Historic Trip to Cuba

Over the weekend, President Barack Obama and his family arrived in Cuba to bury the hatchet in a more than half-century-long conflict. Obama is the first sitting president to visit Cuba in nearly 90 years. Check out the First Family's tour of the vibrant island's capital, Havana.

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Malia interprets Spanish to English for her dad at a restaurant in Old Havana.

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President  Obama and President Castro meets Rachel Robinson, widow of Jackie Robinson, at a baseball game.

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The President waves as he takes a stroll through Old Havana.

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President Obama greets local people in Old Havana.

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Locals wave as the Obama's walk by.

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The Obama ladies share a special moment at La Catedral de la Virgen Maria de la Concepcion Inmaculada in Old Havana.

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The motorcade rolls down a street in Havana.

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President Castro and President Obama do the wave at the game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban National team.

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Locals await the President's arrival.

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Air Force one touches down on the island.

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The First Family has arrived!

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Locals watch the Obamas' arrival on TV in their home.

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The first family goes on a walking tour in the plaza of the 18th century Catedral de San Cristobal de la Habana in the historic Old Havana neighborhood.

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The first family takes shelter from the rain.

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Cuban security force agents stand guard on a balcony as US President Barack Obama and his family tour Old Havana.

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Locals stand in a doorway hoping to catch a glimpse of the famous bunch.

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The rain didn't stop the tour of Old Havana.

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The first family stops to look at a painting of Abraham Lincoln in the Museum of the City of Havana.

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A local wearing a T-shirt with a picture President Obama waits hopefully outside the Havana Cathedral.

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Obama greets the crowd as he tours the Havana Cathedral.

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President Obama stands near the Jose Marti memorial after taking part in a wreath laying ceremony in Revolution Square.

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The President takes in the scene at a wreath-laying ceremony at Jose Marti monumenta alongside the Vice-President of the Cuban Council Salvador Valdes Mesa.

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Members of the White House press corps walk past a woman watching television on her couch as the Obamas take a walking tour of in the plaza.

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President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro meet and pose for a photo opp at the Palace of the Revolution.

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The two presidents review the troops at the Revolution Palace.

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A tourist poses for a picture with a Castro and Obama poster outside a restaurant in Havana.

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The First Lady and President greet children of US embassy staff in Havana.

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First Lady Michelle Obama greets Cuban girls as she arrives for a Let Girls Learn roundtable at the Fabrica de Arte Cubano, in Havana.

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The two Presidents meet at Havana's Palace of the Revolution for groundbreaking talks on ending the standoff between the two countries. 

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