Arts & Culture

La Vigía: Hemingway's House in Cuba

In the town San Francisco de Paula, in the suburbs of Havana, is located the Farm La Vigia. This place was the residence of the Nort American writer Ernest Hemingway for more than 20 years, and it has been preserved the way he left it after his last trip.
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Dance Museum: trapping an intangible art

Havana, hometown of one of the most outstanding personalities in the history of ballet, has the privilege of having a Dance Museum.
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Hurón Azúl: Carlos Enríquez' House

The Hurón Azúl was the countryside house of the Cuban painter Carlos Enriquez, one of the pioneers of the artistic vanguard that strongly emerged in 1927, in the cultural scene of the Island.
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National Museum of Fine Arts: splendid collections

The National Museum of Fine Arts holds a rich collection reaching over 47,000 Cuban and universal pieces. It's rebirth took place in July 2001 in three magnificent buildings, the original building, the colonial Barracks of Calvalry and the Asturian Center.
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Víctor Hugo House-Museum

The number 311 of the narrow O'Reilly street, in Old Havana, reopened on March 16th, 2004. The house was rescued from ruins after a meticulous restoration work, and was turned into Víctor Hugo House-Museum, to honor the French writer, although he never lived or even travelled to Cuba.
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José Lezama Lima house: the mystery of poetic creation

The museum Jose Lezama Lima is near downtown, in Colón, one of the most popular quarters in the city. The house preserved the memory of the writer who lived there for 47 years.
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