Havana's statue of Christ blesses the city from the other side of the bay, much like another well-known effigy of Jesus ... More
Cristo de La Habana (El)
Havana's statue of Christ blesses the city from the other side of the bay, much like another well-known effigy of Jesus that gazes down on Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. This particular marble sculpture is the work of Jilma Madera, and was erected in 1958 on a rise in the land that offers the perfect place to watch the sunset. Access is either by road, or across the bay in a boat.
Framed by majestic looking early 19th century buildings, this park (also known as Parque Jose Martí) dates back to 1903.
It is a large park surrounded by some of Old Havana's finest restaurants and hotels, including the hotels Sevilla, ...
A fine example of 18th century Ecclesiastic architecture, the facade is full of columns, niches and other baroque embellishments, in
contrast to the asymmetry of the spires. Close to the sea and dominating one of the main squares within ...
This gallery, found to one side of the Plaza de Armas , is set apart from the Ruben Martínez Villena
Public Library, although it is under the same administration. Formed by arcades and glass panels, it is considered to ...
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