Santa Teresa del Mar
The home that Celia, Jorge, and Lourdes move into after Celia leaves the mental asylum.
Yankee Doodle Bakery
A location in New York that signifies freedom and financial freedom to Lourdes.
Sugar Cane Fields
To support the Revolution and keep herself productive and busy, Celia works in this location shortly after Jorge's death.
The Movie Theater of Santa Teresa del Mar
Celia presides as judge over the civil complaint hearings held in this location each month.
Celia keeps these items from Gustavo for the rest of her life, despite her marriage to Jorge.
Felicia becomes enticed with the power of these objects when she sees Herminia's father, a santera, divine his grandson's future through the breaking one.
After finding her boyfriend cheating on her, Pilar buys this object, finding a piece of herself.
Statue of Liberty Mural
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