(CNN) -- [Updated 2:30 p.m. Monday, March 26] Children play baseball in the streets of Havana, Cuba, on Saturday.
Pope Benedict XVI is visiting the island country Monday as part of a two-country tour that also included Mexico. The pope spoke in Mexico on Friday, denouncing the violent drug wars that have been taking place there.
Cuba's first papal visit came in 1998. Pope John Paul II urged the country "to open to the world, and the world to open to Cuba."
Some of those openings have taken place, according to CNN's Patrick Oppmann, but many still feel that the call has not been fully realized.
Congrats to readers "LoPing" and "guised" for being the first to answer Cuba on our Monday photo challenge!
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