苏大瑶TammyHavana Revolution Square, formerly known as Civic Square, was renamed after the Cuban Revolution in 1959. It is said to be one of the largest squares in the world. Its main building is the Cerro Marti Monument (pictures 1 and 2, with elevator reaching the top). Behind the monument is the office of the late Fidel Castro, opposite the Ministry of Interior There is a portrait of the fanatic Che Guevara on one of the walls, and the wall of another building is a portrait of Camilo Cienfuegos, who is said to be a general. Classic cars come and go on the square, here is the relay station of the classic car sightseeing route.
事事随缘The famous Havana Cathedral! Built in 1748, it is the ultimate example of Baroque architectural aesthetics. The most interesting thing is its bizarre building materials, many of which are taken from corals in the nearby ocean, making him one of the most unique churches in the world and also in West India. The most iconic landmark of the archipelago. The bronze bell above was built in 1698. The square in front is the most famous craft market. This city is also a bridgehead for conquering the American continent. The Havana Cathedral is in the center of the old city, so it is also a must-see for every tourist. The small crafts are very good, especially the many cigar boxes, exquisite and beautiful, you can't see it in the big shops, and there is the Presidential Palace next to it. And the ancient city wall, if you have time, you can stroll around here for most of the day, and wait until the evening sunset, which is also the most beautiful time for her. See the world freely
圣热尔韦昂瓦列尔周勃The Plaza de Armas is the oldest of the four major squares in Havana. It was once the busiest place in the old city. In the center of the square is the statue of Carlos, the father of Cuba. The north side of the square was once the second terminal palace, which is now the library and the library. There is a small garden with a copper bull in the garden. As the mourning family of small investors, it is natural to touch it.
Looking at Cuba from another angle, Havana, after the color faded, is even more memorable. Ending a few days of closed life, no network, no material, no platform to communicate with the outside world. This is Havana, this is Cuba. Everyday work is to sweep the streets, sway, and bask in the sun. But I love this place very much, very very. Havana is colorful and extreme, but I love this group of black and white films that are taken when sweeping the street. It is irreversible and completely zero-processed, but it is the real embodiment after breaking away from the glare. Because it is irreversible, it is precious. The time that has settled down is the most valuable. You can hear the sound of the wind, the color of the light, the distance of the dream.
Havana is located on the northwest coast of Cuba. As the capital of Havana, there is a shortage of business and shortage of supplies. There are few shops on the streets except the central area, and there are occasionally two restaurants that are not easy to find. Havana can be divided into two parts: the old city and the new city.
The old city is located on a peninsula on the west side of Havana Bay. There are still many old Spanish-style buildings and it is the seat of the presidential palace. The long-term trade blockade has left Cuba with a lack of backward poverty, but it retains the classical nostalgic town. Like Mexico, it is the style of the Spanish colony. The color is full of vicissitudes of vicissitudes, and the antique classic cars running through the streets create unique scenery in the world.
The Prado Avenue in the Old Town Center extends from the Parliament House (White House) to the beach, spacious and atmospheric. On both sides of the avenue are colonial-style buildings of high-end atmosphere, most of which have been refurbished or being refurbished.
There will be a lot of cool classic cars parked on the side of the road, the driver will see the tourists far away and will take the map of the sights to come over and ask if you want to experience the feeling of a classic open-top car. However, the offer price is not cheap, about 30-40CUC (1CUC = 1USD) per hour.
Cuban capital Havana, the story of the long story
mention Cuba Havana, probably from a cup of free Cuba to start the story!
This country has carried a lot of helplessness, and it has been a luxury for all of them to be exchanged by the US economy for decades.
Reviewing the photos in the camera, I can finally understand their greed and blackmail forced by reality, helplessness and desire for life and reality!
Let go of the classic car, cigar, and the five-point tavern in the eyes of Hemingway. I wonder, what is left in Havana?
The desire for music, staying in the disc era, using the simplest instruments to slowly create music that belongs to them.
A classic car inherits the hope of three generations, most of which are more than 60 years old. Filled with gasoline smell and uninterrupted repairs, if they can, they are willing to drive a new car to enjoy a brand new engine, fresh air conditioning atmosphere
dilapidated house, no choice of salary, lack of material, these, etc. It is the most authentic look of Havana!
Havana, like the same long-time polishing machine, pulled the line of sight back many years ago. There are only a few socialist countries in the world, and they still have the purest state-run system. It is like China before the reform and opening up. Food and materials are priced and restricted. People cannot communicate with the outside world. They have no network and cannot go abroad. It takes nearly 40 yuan a minute to make a call.
But Havana is still a paradise on earth in the Western population. As shown in "Speed and Passion 8", freedom, beauty, romance... always so passionate
In addition to the bold colors of architecture, Havana is not much different from the architectural styles of other Spanish colonial cities in Latin America. The only thing that makes me feel significantly different is the people here.
African and Spanish double-hybrid from the physiology to the culture collided with the distinctive Cubans in the Caribbean. As a short-staying traveler, you can also experience the lively atmosphere that fills the streets and lanes.
This is a city that lives happily, and they live as rich as the city's colorful colors.
Cuba is very beautiful
There is a speed 8 miles of Binhai Avenue, although there is no sunset, but rent a classic car, the car is very cool
this season The weather is still more than the network here.
The color of the classic car and Che Guevara's portrait
can also order a cup of mojito
in Hemingway's five-point tavern. Cuba is also very backward
The vicissitudes of street architecture are very special. They are very superficially looking at the mirror. They can't stand the details, and the ground is dirty and even smashed.
The locals are very enthusiastic, but the enthusiasm of many people is directly proportional to the cuc you pay. What is
cuc? It is the special currency of the nuts, the locals use the cup, the nuts can only use cuc, 1cuc=25cup=1usd
the hotel has no hot water, there is no network in the country, the Internet should queue up to buy the card and then go to the designated public place. Going on, in the roadside park, you see a group of people holding mobile phones, that is, they are connected to the network... In addition, the country is still implementing the food stamp system. (Let's sigh at the power of China's mobile roaming business)
ruined buildings and bad environments highlight their desire for money.
But the people here seem to be very happy, we are commonly called poor and happy. A place where crime rates and illiteracy rates are extremely low, music and laughter are flooding the streets. Although backward, I still feel the last reluctance of a socialist country.
Uncle Cuba said, this is the last year of Cuba.
The family of life, probably only once in a lifetime.
Posing in front of one of the vintage cars in Havana, Cuba. Cuba offers a rich cultural experience and Havana is a charming city.
August is the hottest season in Havana. Many Cubans bring their families to Havana and enjoy the carnival music and dance while blowing the sea breeze.
"If there is no carnival, we are not Cubans"
carnival, is the most important festival in Cuba and the most popular festival in Cuba. The
Havana Carnival has a very long history. Every festival is celebrated at El Malecon, the seaside boulevard in Havana. People dance and dance.
Generally, the floats parade opened the Havana Carnival, and people danced Cuban black dances with rhythmic music. After the parade, the real celebration was officially started. Everyone is the protagonist of the carnival, they danced hip-hop and tropical dance for the carnival until the early hours of the morning. People watching on the roadside join in from time to time, making the dancing team grow stronger. They dressed in festive costumes and danced with fast-paced tropical dances along with the cheerful music played in the loudspeakers. For up to 10 days, the entire Havana was immersed in a sea of joy.