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Museo Ernest Hemingway

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The Finca Vigía, in the town of San Francisco de Paula, was Ernest Hemingway’s home when he wrote The Old Man and the Sea. (The novel takes place in the nearby town of Cojimar.) After you visit the estate, take a stroll in Cojimar and you’ll understand why Hemingway chose it. The wooden houses still have the magnetism of an old sea dog. In the back of the museum you can see Hemingway’s boat, Pilar, which he used for fishing trips and to hunt for German submarines during World War II.
Harold
Harold
December 07, 2016
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La Habana, La Habana
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