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.
乖小咪Plaza de Armas is one of the most important squares in Havana. In the center of the square stands a statue of Carlos, the father of Cuba. It is also the oldest square in Havana, with a history of more than 400 years. He is also the city center of the entire Havana, the popularity and commerce are very developed, absolutely not to be missed.
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