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.