The traveler will find countless places of architectural, cultural and tourist interest. Among its most representative monuments are the Cathedral of Havana, the Plaza de Armas, the Morro Castle, the Revolution Museum, the National Palace of Fine Arts, the Grand Theatre of Havana, the Capitol, the Revolution Square and the Malecon, perhaps the most recognized symbol. Havana has something for everyone from its landscapes, its people, its music, its tobacco and gastronomy, its mojitos and the history that is breathed in a city stopped in time.
Did you know? The Capitol of Havana is inspired by that of the United States; Built in 1929 in Havana (Cuba)
under the direction of architect Eugenio Raynieri Piedra and commissioned by then-Cuban President Gerardo Machado. The Capitol of Havana is a meter higher, a meter wider and a meter longer than that of the United States, also has many details that make it unique. Havana is also known as "the City of the columns" due to an essay written by Alejo Carpentier
who was inspired by the charming city. The smallest street in Havana, also known as the Alley of the “Templete”, is only 20 meters
long and three meters wide. Havana can be toured in Cocotaxi, a means of transportation; It is a motorcycle covered by a
rounded body that allows 2 passengers to be transported in addition to the driver. In Havana you can find a sculpture of John Lennon made in shinny bronze; it is located in
John Lennon Park in El Vedado neighborhood. 23
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