Havana

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The museum explains, chronologically, the story of Fidel Castro's overthrowing of the Batista government and the post 1959 Cuba and its relationship with the United States. — Afar Magazine
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No trip to Havana is complete without at least some time spent strolling and lingering along the Malecón. — Frommer's
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Stroll along the broad second-floor interior veranda overlooking the lush central courtyard, with its white marble statue of Christopher Columbus. — Frommer's
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A colorful narrow alley in Cuba is full of street art and sculptures made of found objects.  — Atlas Obscura
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Havana’s massive Fine Arts Museum has a little bit of everything — Afar Magazine
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Since 1959 it has housed the Cuban Academy of Sciences and the National Library of Science and Technology. — Lonely Planet
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The castle is ringed by an impressive moat and today shelters the Museo de Navegación. — Lonely Planet
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A fragment of this 19th-century jail has been preserved as the Cárcel José Martí, commemorating the national hero's 1869–70 incarceration here. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
Sited behind the university, this museum houses one of the world's largest collections relating to Napoleon — Michelin Guide
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Today the backdrop for musicians, booksellers and café terraces from where visitors may observe the locals' comings and goings under the shady palms at its centre. — Michelin Guide
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The restored center of colonial Havana and is distinguished by its fading baroque and neoclassical architecture. — Frommer's
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At the western end of the Plaza de Armas is the former residence of the men who governed Cuba. — Fodor's
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A pretty spiffy attempt for Cuba. — Frommer's
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To prevent the pilfering of objects, visitors are not allowed inside the house (La Casona), but there are enough open doors and windows to allow a proper glimpse into Papa's universe. — Lonely Planet
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Since the Revolutionary victory of 1959, it has been the official parade ground for events ranging from the annual May Day celebration to the 1998 visit of Pope John Paul II. — Fodor's
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A curiosity of the cathedral is its interior, which is neoclassical rather than baroque and relatively austere. Frescoes above the altar date from the late 1700s. — Lonely Planet
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Filling the whole west side of Plaza de Armas, this museum is housed in the Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, dating from the 1770s. — Lonely Planet
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A Cuban artist reclaimed his impoverished neighborhood as a dreamy folk art kingdom.  — Atlas Obscura
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The house at n°314 Calle Leonor Pérez is a momentous site — Michelin Guide
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The restored San Francisco de Paula Church stands in a plaza at the edge of the harbor at the southern end of the Alameda de Paula — Fodor's
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