HAVANA (NBC/APTN) - There’s a phenomenon in Havana, Cuba, that gets people seeing double.
Within two consecutive blocks in the western part of the city, there are 12 sets of twins -- ranging from newborns to senior citizens.
Some say it could be the water, while others point to a sacred tree called the siguaraya, which the Afro-Cuban Santeria religion considers sacred.
At first glance, there's not much about 68A street that makes it different. But after looking a little longer, one thinks they're seeing double.
One mother, who's a twin herself, introduces her 18-month-old twin daughters Tiffany and Stefanie.
Carla, 9, and her twin sister Camila said they love living on their block because they have twin friends.
There are 10 sets of identical twins and two sets of fraternal twins.
There have been no scholarly studies of the area, but the residents consider themselves to be a part of a special area.
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