This is an important landmark of Cuba's regime and military affairs. On the square stands the statue of Josre Matti, the great national icon of Cuba. On the opposite side of the monument is the building of Cuba's Ministry of Interior and the building of the Ministry of Telecommunications. They have the portraits of Cheguevara and Camillo respectively. Just like Tiananmen's status in China, they are a must-see place for every tourist to Cuba.
The Revolutionary Square in Havana is the largest square in the world. The first sight of it is big. The most prominent building on the square is the Josematti Monument and the huge figures of Chegwara and Castro in the two buildings on both sides of the square. But such a large square, there are also very uncoordinated places, such as the disordered wires in the air, is a very wonderful performance.
The largest square in Havana is also the dividing line between old and new Havana. There are the tallest buildings in Havana, the largest statue of Jose Matti in Cuba, and the ancient University of Havana nearby. The most distinctive feature is the postmodern portraits of Fidel Castro and Chegwara, which respectively say: Well done Fidel and always go to victory!
This is a large open space, and the two government buildings beside it have two portraits of Cuban revolutionary representatives on the exterior walls. It is said that this is the place where Cuban leaders speak to the people. There are a lot of antique cars parked nearby for tourists to take photos and even to circle around.
The most obvious symbol of the Revolutionary Square is the head of two Cuban strongmen. It passes at night and is dark all around. It is very bright here. During the day, there are many people taking pictures of the Revolutionary Square. It is surrounded by national institutions, so it is a pure photographic attraction.
The Revolutionary Square (PLAZA DE LA REVOLUCION) contains statues of the famous Cuban political leader and poet Jose Martin (1853 - 1895) and a giant mural portrait of Che Guevara. There are many people taking pictures of the giant Che Guevara, like the following is Guevara's motto "Towards victory, forever". Next to it was a giant image of Camilo Cienfugos, who co-led the Cuban revolution with Castro. Che Guevara was an Argentine (1928 - 1967) who was a doctor. He met Fidel Castro in Mexico and participated in Cuba's famous 7.26 Revolutionary Movement. Like Fidel Castro, Che Guevara is considered one of the main founders and leaders of the Republic of Cuba and the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces. After the victory of the revolution, Che Guevara served as a senior leader of the Cuban government. He visited China twice, and Mao Zedong met him. Many of Havana's streets, restaurants, shops and living rooms are hung with the portraits of Che & Guevara, T-shirts and hats with Guevara's head. Some people see that we pay attention to the portrait, will put our fists on the left chest, gently pat, showing a very reverent look. Speaking to an English-speaking young man, Che Guevara said Che was a great man and a hero of Cuba. He fought all his life for the people, not for power.
Revolutionary Square is actually just a square, but it's worth visiting with the two adjacent buildings and the Josematti Memorial on the South side. There is nothing special about the scenic spot itself, mainly the nature of taking pictures here. There are two celebrity heads in the two buildings on the North side, and Jose Matti and the monument on the South side. The square is surrounded by soldiers on duty.
When you come to the new town of Havana, you must visit the Cuban Revolutionary Square. The statue in front of it is the great national icon of Cuba: Jose & Matty. The building with CheGuevara (Cheguevara) on the side of the Revolutionary Square is the Ministry of the Interior. The Revolutionary Square is also a landmark in Havana and a very good place.
The Revolutionary Square in Havana is still worth visiting. It is one of the largest squares in the world. The square is open all day and the watchtower is open from Monday to Saturday, from 9:00 to 17:00. Tickets are very cheap. It only takes 8 CUC to visit the Tower, including the Jose Matti Memorial. It's worth coming.