The most representative landmark in Havana's old urban area is one of the representative buildings in the whole West Indies and one of the most unique churches in the world. It was built in the middle of the eighteenth century. One of the unique features is the asymmetric Baroque architectural style, and the other is the deep-sea coral stone, which has a strong sense of vicissitudes. The church also had the remains of Columbus, the discoverer of the New World. In front of the church is a enclosed square. The buildings around the square have their own characteristics.
It's obviously a tourist attraction, but it's definitely worth visiting here. You'll get a chance to take pictures with women in holiday clothes, even some interesting dogs, but the stars in the show are absolutely beautiful cathedrals! When you're walking around the old city of Havana, be sure to come and see it!
Havana Cathedral is a landmark building in Havana, a church built in the 18th century, and one of the oldest churches in the Americas. The outside of the church is obvious Baroque style, but the inside is classical style, the interior decoration is very luxurious, let a person enter there has a sense of awe, must not miss here.
This church is not the largest but the most important in Havana. Because the Pope comes every four years, it's important. Looking at the house, although grand and classical, but under close scrutiny, there is a hard to hide the decay and decline. The whole details of the church building are covered with grass, but we can still see the exquisite craftsmanship. Very sacred and solemn
This is one of the first scenic spots for many people to come to Havana. The cathedral is famous because the remains of Columbus were parked here and transported back to Europe. Now the cathedral is still in use. Tourists like knitting, even bustling, and like the famous five-cent pub are all nearby, so tourists will start to play in the old city of Havana from here!!!