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“Historic and iconic, the Havana Cemetery is known as the most beautiful in Latin America. ”
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“Havana Cathedral is one of eleven Catholic cathedrals on the island. It is located in the Plaza de la Catedral on Calle Empedrado, between San Ignacio y Mercaderes, Habana Vieja. The thirty by forty nine meter rectangular church serves as the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Cristobal de la Habana.”
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“The main cemetery of the city which is famous for the architecture of its tombs and its sculptures. Here are many characters from Cuban history and cultura.”
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광장
“This is possibly the best example of 18th century Cuban Baroque architecture. Its asymmetrical facade makes it unique. Occasionally at night musical recitals are offered on the adjacent square. ”
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“Visit this desecrated church. Climb the bell tower and try to attend a concert for its acoustics and the romantic ballad that will follow the concert in the surrounding streets.”
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“Unique stories and lush mausoleums, converge in the third most important cemetery in the world ”
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“Hermosa iglesia con una construcción increíble que resulta entre los edificios del municipio de La Habana. (Beautiful church with an incredible construction that results between the buildings of the Havana Center municipality)”
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유적지
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“The construction of the baroque-styled church visible from your balcony commenced towards the end of the 17th century. Then the first stone of what would be the first maternity hospital in Havana and an adjoining church was placed. The church was dedicated to Saint Francis of Paola who was one of the founders of the Roman Catholic Order of the Minims. The buildings were expanded in 1731 with the support and donations from the City Council, resulting in the Royal Hospital of Havana and the Church of San Francisco de Paula. In 1776, it was the most important hospital in Havana, there were several generations of famous doctors that trained here. The Havana Central Railroad, a U. S. company, in 1907 attempted to acquire the temple for its own corporate use. The Central Railroad’s several attempts to acquire and eventually demolish the church were frustrated by the opposition of historian Emilio Roig de Leuchsenring and anthropologist don Fernando Ortiz. Their efforts not only stopped the demolition of the church but also got it listed as National Monument in 1944. Havana Central Railroads, however, was able to bring down the hospital upon approval from the relevant authorities at the time.”
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“Dating from the 19th-century Qing dynasty, this Chinese cemetery has Asian-style lion statues and brightly coloured burial chapels, as well as Western classical and Christian influences. Although not usually open to the public, visits can be arranged by contacting the offices of Cementerio Colón. Construction works for this cemetery began in 1892 at Finca La Torre, property of Francisco Embil, near Necrópolis de Cristóbal Colón. Funds were collected among Chinese immigrants living in Havana’s Chinatown and their incipient community of businessmen. This cemetery was declared National Monument in recognition of its peculiarity and the importance of the Chinese heritage.”
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“Opened in 1953, this is Cuba’s second largest church, which is visible for several blocks due to its vast dome built in Roman-Byzantine style. The Jesús de Miramar church boasts 14 large mural paintings by Cesareo Marciano Hombrados y de Onativia. In one station, the artist portrayed himself as one of the executioners disrobing Jesus; and in another he used his wife, Sara Margarita Fernández, as the model for Virgin Mary. Curiously enough, most of the people who paid for these murals were included in the crowd scenes. In the garden there is a 1.8-meter-tall sculpture made of Carrara marble, a copy of the Virgin of Our Lady of Lourdes.”
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Synagogue
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“The plaza in front of the church is a beautiful and tiny colonial square called Plazuela de Santo Ángel. It is the most European looking spot in Havana. It's worth walking by here and maybe having a bite to eat or a cafe before visiting the church. The church is small so it would only take you 5 or 10 minutes to visit it. ”
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