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National Capitol Building

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Lazarus
Lazarus
October 24, 2019
El Capitolio, or Cuba’s Capitol Building, was built in 1929 and based off of the US Capitol in Washington DC. It has been closed to the public for the last 8 years for a big restoration project — but just recently re-opened. Previously used as the Ministry of Science & Technology, the newly…
Maggie & Tony
Maggie & Tony
March 12, 2019
The structure displays a blend of Neoclassical and Art Nouveau styles and was the seat of government until 1959, after the Cuban Revolution. Currently, it's undergoing a major restoration to prepare it as the new home for Cuba's Communist parliament. However, it remains a striking landmark for those…
Pedro Francisco
Pedro Francisco
June 22, 2018
The incomparable Capitolio Nacional is Havana's most ambitious and grandiose building, constructed after the post-WWI sugar boom ('Dance of the Millions') gifted the Cuban government a seemingly bottomless treasure box of sugar money. Similar to the Washington, DC Capitol Building, but (marginally)…
Pedro
Pedro
November 27, 2017
THE NEXT CUBAN Tì"WHITE HOUSE"
José Y Marta
José Y Marta
July 6, 2017
One of the most iconic building of the city

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Cocktail bar
“This was one of Hemingway’s favorite bars and his place of choice to sip a mojito ($4).”
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History Museum
“Castillo de la epoca colonial, hoy en dia es un museo, puedes entrar y visitarlo, bueno para fotos, tiene bella vista de la bahia de La Habana. Castle of the colonial era, nowadays it is a museum, you can enter and visit it, good for photos, it has a beautiful view of the bay of Havana.”
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Museum
“Learn the history of Cuban Revolution. The museum's exhibits are largely devoted to the period of the revolutionary war of the 1950s and to the country's post-1959 history. ”
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Restawran na Cuban
“Ernest Hemingway lived outside Havana for twenty years, and naturally got much of the inspiration for his novels from the city—more specifically, from its bars. El Floridita, Dos Hermanos and La Bodeguita del Medio were Hemingway’s favorite bars when he lived there, and today they can be visited just like any other bar. Watch out though, as a few of them have turned into tourist traps. La Bodeguita was my favorite Hemingway-approved watering hole and still retains much of the subdued, authentic atmosphere you’d expect Hemingway probably loved. They have live salsa music, and also make a mean mojito, which never hurts.”
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Kastilyo
“El Morro Castle, otherwise known as “Castillo del Morro”, is a great starting point once you arrive in Havana. It’s situated on top of a rocky promontory at the entrance of Havana’s bay—it can’t be missed! It’s a massive fort with an equally impressive history. The castle was built starting in 1590 to protect Havana against military attacks, and also served as a watch post to keep an eye out for enemies (like pirates!). It is composed of 3 bastions linked by curtain walls, casemented barracks and also houses cisterns, a chapel, officer’s quarters, a wine cellar, stables, and dungeons. Today, El Morro Castle is used as a museum and can be visited for a small fee. Its fantastic views make it a great first stop, a short taxi ride from the city center”
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La Habana, La Habana 10200