Courtyard of El Palacio de los Capitanes Generales
This was the official residence of governors of Havana during the early Spanish period. It now hosts the Museum of the City.
Plaza of the Revolution
Mural of Che Guevara
Urban Farm in La Habana
Iglesia de Paula
Chandelier inside Palacio de los Capitanes Generales
Old Havana Bar
Hotel Nacional de Cuba
A Havana icon, this hotel hosted the mafia conference that inspired the meeting in The Godfather Part II.
Monument to the Victims of USS Maine
The Maine exploded in Havana in 1898 and was a primary impetus of the Spanish-American War. The memorial originally featured an eagle with outspread wings at the top. Following the Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961, the eagle was removed and the following inscription was added:
"To the victims of the Maine who were sacrificed by the imperialist voracity and their desire to gain control of the island of Cuba February 1898 – February 1961"
View down El Malecón
Walking along El Malecón is one of the greatest experiences Havana has to offer.
Within the Cementerio de Cristóbal Colón is this monument recognizing firefighters that died in a large fire in 1890.
Cementerio de Cristóbal Colón
View of José Martí Memorial
From the Cementerio de Cristóbal Colón
University of Havana
These steps were inspired by Columbia University.
View from Cojimar
The fishing village of Cojimar served as inspiration for The Old Man and The Sea.
Bust of Ernest Hemingway
After Hemingway's death, the fishermen of Cojimar donated brass fittings from their boats to create this bust of Papa.
"If you triumph, there will be militias in Cuba" - Fidel
This billboard celebrates the first militia groups in Cuba following the Revolution.