Havana: Some say it could be something in the water. Others point to a tree with mystical significance for locals. Maybe it's just chance.
But neighbors all marvel at the 12 sets of twins living along two consecutive blocks in western Havana, ranging in age from newborns to senior citizens.
“We were the first ones,” said Fe Fernandez, 65, who wears her gray hair closely cropped.
“It's incredible!” said her identical sister, Esperanza, who shares the same features but whose black-dyed hair falls to shoulder length.