Solemn group of monuments inaugurated on December 7th of 1900. Since then it honours the memory of two brave Cuban warriors, Antonio Maceo Grajales and Panchito Gómez Toro. There, a blunt column rises in the same place where both patriots were buried for the first time. This pantheon was built with money from a public collection, and on that same date a park was built that surrounds the column. Forty three years later the present day memorial was built, a work of the Cuban sculptor Teodoro Ramos Blanco.
This is a site of patriotic pilgrimage, political acts and student graduations. It extends over an area of approximately two square kilometres, and there also rest the remains of Blas Roca (1908-1987), an outstanding Cuban political figure, as well as the remains of Juan Fajardo Vega (1882-1990), who was the last to pass away among the Mambi troops that fought for Cuba’s freedom in the last days of the XIX century.
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Address: Calle O e/ 23 y 25, Vedado, Vedado, Havana, Cuba Why was Hotel Saint John’s voted #9 by Travelucion clients? We hear you say – WHAT is Hotel Saint John’s in Havana doing on a top 10 list? Well, you see our list is different as you´ve already seen if you got to #9. Hotel Saint John’s is 1 block from the Hotel Nacional, 5 minutes from Old Havana and 10 minutes from Miramar. It is located in probably one [...]
Old Havana or Habana Vieja is the Old quarter of Havana, founded by the Spanish in 1519 and constructed around the natural harbor of the Bay of Havana. A major mooring point for the treasure laden Spanish Galleons that crisscrossed the Atlantic Ocean between the New World and the Old World. In the 17th century it was one of the main shipbuilding centers of the new world hosting a massive shipyard to both build new and repair old vessels from [...]
Literally 20 minutes by car or bus from the Vinales hotel Los Jazmines or Hotel La Ermita, The Cueva del Indio or in English, “Indian Cave” is an extensive underground cavern with 10 to 20 meter high ceilings. The initial part of the visit includes walking through richly colored Stalactites and stalagmites, conical deposits emanating from the roof and floor of the cave. The second part of the trip is truly fantastic as you board a small boat which meanders [...]
Cayo Levisa is a tiny island just 3km from the coast of Pinar del Rio and, easily accessible from hotels in Pinar del Rio Center and Vinales Valley. Trips to the island are offered at all hotel reception desks, however, if you are looking to spend the night, booking the hotel in advance is just as there are only 53 rooms. If your Rent a car in Pinar del Rio, driving from any hotel in the area is almost a [...]
Vinales Valley is an official national park and by far the most visited location in Pinar del Rio offering an outstanding karst landscape in which farmers still use traditional methods of agriculture and tobacco farming. The Vinales region also maintains a rich vernacular tradition in its architecture, art crafts and Cuban country music. The numerous caves, one of which is called the Cueva del Indio ir Indian Cave are scattered on the slopes of the hills that envelope the Vinales [...]