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  • San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Fortress Santiago de Cuba
    San Pedro de la Roca Castle or, as its known locally, El Morro de Santiago de Cuba, is a similar fortifaction to the El Morro Castle in Havana which was designed primarily as a fortress to protect the harbor mouth against pirates and other unwelcome guests. Designed in 1637 by Giovanni Battista Antonelli, a military engineer from Milan, the Morro was self sustainable due to its large warehouse accessible directly by ships, cut directly into the rock along the flank of the building. The San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Fortress was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997, considering it as the best preserved and most complete example of Spanish-American military architecture in the Caribbean. Even though San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Fortress was primarily a defensive measure, it also incorporated four main levels and three large cannon sections to house artillery. Today the San Pedro de la Roca Castle is probably the most visited monument in Cuba's second largest city of Santiago de Cuba.


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  • Rancho Luna Beach Cienfuegos
    Rancho Luna Beach Cienfuegos
    Many visitors to Cuba are overwhelmed at just how unauthentic places like Varadero have become. Almost completely devoid of that Cubaness you went to Cuba in the first place to experience. Rancho Luna Beach in Cienfuegos is however different, since it seems to encapsulate this whole†cubaism we all search in Cuba, in one small stretch of sand. It's very local, not too touristic and this shows because young Cuban mothers are bathing their children here and, old Cubans are reading [...]
  • Naval Museum Cienfuegos
    Naval Museum Cienfuegos
    If you only visit one war museum in Cuba, just five blocks northwest of the Parque Marti is the ornate pink building containing the Naval museum of Cienfuegos. Dating back to 1933 the Museo Historico Naval Nacional in Cienfuegos is probably the most interesting but overlooked of museums in Cuba. It’s based in the former headquarters of the southern naval command center; it is approached by a wide driveway, flanked with armaments dating from different eras. From the outside it [...]
  • Castillo de Jagua Fortress Cienfuegos
    Castillo de Jagua Fortress Cienfuegos
    Plagued by bandits, buccaneers and pirates, Spanish king Philip V decided to build a fortress in Cienfuegos to protect the entrance to the city's bay in the 1740s. It was originally called the Castillo de Nuestra Senora de los Angeles de Jagua due to the name of the location known as Jagua, just outside the city. The Jagua Fortress or in Spanish Castillo de Jagua. It was declared a National Monument on October 10, 1978 and opened as a museum [...]
  • Palacio de Valle Cienfuegos
    Palacio de Valle Cienfuegos
    The Valle Palace is located in the Punta Gorda area of Cienfuegos, just a few minutes outside the downtown area. Easily one of the true architectural jewels of Cienfuegos it displays a myriad of influences from Gothic to Romanesque, Baroque to Italianate tendencies, and all mish massed into one building. From all angles the building is truly breathtaking. Today the Palacio de Valle Cienfuegos is used for cultural events. It also features a rather good seafood restaurant with a bar. [...]
  • El Nicho Waterfalls Cienfuegos
    El Nicho Waterfalls Cienfuegos
    Visitors to Cienfuegos consider this one the city's most important attractions, in fact walking through the caves of El Nicho Mountains, experiencing the amazing wildlife, flora and fauna of the area is true serenity in itself. All the way through the reserve you'll find picturesque waterfalls inviting you to bathe in the crystalline clear waters of the natural pools at the base of each cascade. These are probably some of the most attractive natural rock swimming pools in the western [...]
 
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