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미술관

미술관
“Acá pueden apreciar muestras permanentes de arte universal y exposiciones transitorias de artistas renombrados”
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미술관
“Studio Seis Seis is headed by Sandra Contrera, an experienced curator who works with a lot of very young up-and-coming artists. The space is small and intimate with a central room for monthly exhibitions, along with an additional space which has samples of art from previous exhibitions. Sandra is very accessible and she is happy to explain the background of each artist. Afterwards, stop by the excellent Cafe de las Artistas, a short walk away. ”
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역사 박물관

History Museum
“A place that houses a collection of Napoleonic objects and others related to the emperor as well as paintings, sculptures, costumes and furniture. ”
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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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유적지
“In 1940, American novelist Ernest Hemingway bought the Finca la Vigía, a villa on a hill in San Francisco de Paula, 15km southeast of Havana, where he lived continuously for 20 years. Finca Vigia has made both the World Monuments Fund list of 100 Most Endangered sites, and The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s 11 Most Endangered Places. It is now a museum and almost unchanged since the day he left.”
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전망대

조각 정원
“The Christ of Havana (Spanish: Cristo de La Habana) is a large sculpture representing Jesus of Nazareth on a hilltop overlooking the bay in Havana, Cuba. It is the work of the Cuban sculptor Jilma Madera, who won the commission for it in 1953.”
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조각 정원
“The Christ of Havana (Spanish: Cristo de La Habana) is a large sculpture representing Jesus of Nazareth on a hilltop overlooking the bay in Havana, Cuba. It is the work of the Cuban sculptor Jilma Madera, who won the commission for it in 1953. The statue was carved out of white Carrara marble, the same material used for many of the monuments of the Colon Cemetery. The statue is about 20 metres (66 ft) high including a 3-metre (10 ft) base.[1] It weighs approximately 320 tons. The statue was built from 67 blocks of marble that had been brought from Italy after being personally blessed by Pope Pius XII. ”
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역사 명소

유적지
“Ever since the 18th-century, a cannon has been fired in Havana every evening at 9pm at the Fortaleza San Carlos de la Cabaña (Fort of St Charles). Back then, Havana was divided in two and Cuba’s Spanish rulers would fire the cannon to inform the Habaneros to take shelter against pirate attacks. Today, the nightly event is still quite a spectacle, equipped with a drum roll and artillery cadets lining the fort dressed in colonial uniforms. The event is free, always on time, and onlookers are encouraged! This is one of the lesser-known things to do in Havana.”
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유적지
“Even without any artifact to display, the Museum of the City of Havana would remain an unmissable visit, courtesy of the opulent Palace in which it resides. The Palace of the Captains General is the most important building of the Plaza de Armas and one of the most representative works of baroque architecture in Latin America. It dates from the 1770s and is a manual of Cuban Baroque architecture, carved in rock extracted from the nearby San Lázaro quarries. Occupying the entire west side of the plaza, the palace stands on the site of the demolished Parroquia Mayor, the first church in Havana.”
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유적지
“In 1940, American novelist Ernest Hemingway bought the Finca la Vigía, a villa on a hill in San Francisco de Paula, 15km southeast of Havana, where he lived continuously for 20 years. Finca Vigia has made both the World Monuments Fund list of 100 Most Endangered sites, and The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s 11 Most Endangered Places. It is now a museum and almost unchanged since the day he left.”
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유적지
“On Sunday, you can listening and dance pop, rock music with La vieja escuela and its guests, unplugged. ”
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유적지
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유적지
“The first professional tattoo parlor in Cuba, La Marca also does double-duty as an art space, community center, and store. They sell a wide variety of tattoo-inspired items, including postcards, stationery, calendars, and souvenirs. If you want a permanent souvenir from your Cuban trip, the tattoo work at La Marca is incredible.”
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도서관

Library
“The Revolution Square (Plaza de la Revolucion) with all the surrounding buildings, which are the seat of all ministries and government departments, including the Biblioteca Nacional (the National Library), is the sociopolitical centre of the country. The square is the 31st largest city square in the world, measuring 72,000 square meters. It has been notable as being where many political rallies take place and Fidel Castro addressed Cubans and delivered many of his long speeches. The square is dominated by the José Martí Memorial (pronounced the national hero), which features a 109 m (358 ft) tall obelisk and an 18 m (59 ft) statue of Jose Marti. Located behind the memorial is the Palace of the Revolution, the seat of the Cuban government and Communist Party. The construction of the square and the José Martí monument commenced during the Presidency of Fulgencio Batista. The square and the memorial were completed in 1959 (the year Fidel Castro came to power). It was originally called Plaza Cívica (Civic Square). After the Cuban Revolution (1959), it was renamed "Plaza de la Revolución" or "Revolution Square." An elevator allows access to the top of the memorial, at 109 m one of the tallest points in the city. Do not hesitate and take the lift up to the top of the obelisk. You'll have a 360 degrees view of Havana. ”
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