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Havana Christ
At the left of the Havana’s harbour entrance, between San Carlos de la Cabaña fortress and Casa Blanca, there is the majestic and colossal statue known as Havana’s Christ. It was built more than 40 years ago. Its white Carrara marble contrasts with the gray stones surrounding it; the fortresses... more
Morro and Cabaña
The Castle of Los Tres Reyes del Morro is the most symbolic of the Cuban fortresses. Its construction began in 1589 and finished in 1630 on the Eastern part of the access channel to Havana’s harbour, by hands of the Italian Militar Engineer Juan Bautista Antonelli. This fortress is like an... more
The Giraldilla
The Giraldilla is one of the most representative and ancient symbols of Havana City. Legend of love, history, art, symbol….. everything enclosed in this little statue, made by the Cuban sculptor Jeronimo Martin Pinzon in the 3rd decade of the XVII Century. On March 20th, 1537, Spain sent to... more
Habana’s Malecon
The Havana’s Malecon on the summer nights, gives us a gentle caress with the smooth breeze that comes from the sea, and it is also true that in those difficult times of storms and cold temperatures, it defends us from the brave sea. It has been like that since the first stone that was put by the... more
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