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“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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“ The Malecón (officially Avenida de Maceo) is a broad esplanade, roadway and seawall which stretches for 8 km (5 miles) along the coast in Havana, Cuba, from the mouth of Havana Harbor in Old Havana, along the north side of the Centro Habana neighborhood, ending in the Vedado neighborhood. New businesses are appearing on the esplanade due to economic reforms in Cuba that now allow Cubans to own private businesses.”
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“The Acuario Nacional de Cuba opened on January 23, 1960, with just 13 fish tanks in place, but it gave visitors the opportunity to see several fish and sea invertebrate creatures. The number of tanks increased, giving room to new species until 1973, a year that was marked by the arrival of Silvia, a seal that became the most popular creature among visitors. Later, in the 80s, a show was introduced with two dolphins, Diana and Ciclón.”
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“Don Cangrejo’s popularity has grown over the last few years, and now the weekend party crowd of beautiful Cubans pack this outdoor, oceanside bar. The way to play it is to get ice, Cokes and a bottle of Havana Club Especial to share with friends – when you’re not busy dancing that is. This place has a lot of character - it’s right next to the sea, and the dancefloor is in fact a huge covered swimming pool. Make sure you’re there early, otherwise you’ll join the crowd in the line-up outside rather than the crowd on the dance floor inside. The music is provided by great live musicians playing contemporary fusion music. The likes of Kelvis Ochoa, Leoni Torres or QVA Libre ensure the dancefloor.”
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“It is a place where take place a international cinema festival on every december in Havana.”
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“ The square very well preserved and with all the charm of its attractions mainly of the pigeons. The great church of San Francisco de Asis surprises by its size, its height and the validity of its materials”
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“Great live Salsa music and entertainment in the garden by the sea at the end of the Malecòn. What more could you ask for?”
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“Areas verdes para hacer picnic, jugar, tomar aire, hacer ejercicios. Green areas to picnic, play, take a breath, exercise.”
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“American Breakfast, Crepes, Pizza, Burgers, Sandwiches. 9am-midnight. Near Malecon.”
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Kubansk restaurang
“O'Reilly, like other streets in Old Havana, keeps a thousand stories, and for a while, a corner to feel at ease. The food of the best quality and personalized service will make the time there inspire you to return again and again. Right at 304 this Gin Bar awaits you with its unique recipes, which you can accompany with a varied cocktail bar. Better, do not let them tell you.”
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“From the gardens of this hotel you will enjoy drinks, music and a really nice view in the afternoon sunset hour. ”
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“International and cuban food, good prices and excellent dishes, recommended!”
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“The Plaza de la Revolucion is a public square in the city of Havana, Cuba, one of the largest in the world with 72,000 square meters. It was created in the days of President Fulgencio Batista and was originally called the Civic Plaza, although its international fame began with the Cuban Revolution. In it we can find the Monument to José Martí sculpted by Juan Jose Sicre and facing the Ministry of Interior with the image of Che Guevara taken by photographer Korda made a sculptural relief, the work of Enrique Avila that says "Until the Always victory. " In 2009 the work (of the same artist and technical specifications) was inaugurated to Camilo Cienfuegos, another great hero of the Cuban Revo”
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Plaza för fotgängare
“ Located two blocks from home. You have to sit on its benches and watch life go by with the Capitol in the background, it is bound on the way to the heart of Old Havana. It is one of the places that you have to know, it must be part of the checklist . You walk from the malecon to paseo prado to get to the central park”
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“This place consists of an ample terrace, small bar and various inside rooms to a comfortable Miramar mansion. The outdoor deck has been set up with tables and bar stools in a bar rather than restaurant style. Table service is excellent, the bar can be a bit annoying since beers are in a different place to cocktails but I am sure they will work it out. They do periodically have live music here but really this is either a pre or post party place. Relax, enjoy the good music, and try some of the excellent tapas and do some people watching. Address: Calle 10, entre 5ta y 31, Miramar.”
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“Obispo is the longest and busiest street in Havana Vieja. Along the way you can find many places of interest, stores, bars, galleries, live music, and more.”
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