Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana
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The Centro Asturiano, the 1927 building that houses the universal art collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, is an incredible, eclectic structure facing Central Park. It radiates luxury, thanks in part to its staircase finished in Carrara marble. This has been the setting for many Cuban film shoots. The grand ballroom is filled with artwork. The skylight above the staircase is an enormous stained glass image recounting the arrival of Columbus in the Americas. At midday, the light coming through it is absolutely magical.
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The 30,000 plus pieces that form the Cuban collection is divided into six basic sections: Colonial Art (from the 16th to the 19th century), with a room dedicated to magnificent landscapes; Turn of the Century (1894-1927), with academic pieces where the emergence of modernism is noticeable; Emergence…