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Municipal Museum of Guanabacoa

Address: 
Ave. Martí No. 108 e/ Versalles y San Antonio.
City: 
Ciudad de La Habana
Phone: 
(53 7) 97-9117 · 97-9510
Description: 
It has the most complete ethnographic collection of Afro Cuban religious cults that are very deep-rooted in the culture of Guanabacoa; thus making the museum to be famous worldwide. It has valuable collections that amass objects of great importance for the Cuban history from 16th-20th century. Aboriginal archeology. Furniture, glassware and ceramics from the 19th century. Ethnography and Afro Cuban religious cults.

Municipal museum of Cueto

Address: 
Ave. Maceo No. 3 e/ Martí y Eduardo Ruiz Magarañ.
City: 
Holguín

Municipal Museum "Francisco Javier Balmaseda"

Address: 
Ave. General Maceo No. 56 e/ Fe del Valle y Ave. General Carrillo.
City: 
Villa Clara

Museum of Colonial Art

Address: 
Ave. San Ignacio No. 61 e/ Empedrado y O´Reilly, Plaza de la Catedral.
City: 
Ciudad de La Habana
Phone: 
(53 7) 862-6440
Description: 
It is the former house of Count Casa Bayona, built by 1720 and privileged located across from the Cathedral of Havana. It is also considered to be the first residence that was built with a stately style of the 18th century in such square. The house distinguishes itself from the surrounding buildings in the Cathedral Square for the absence of arcades. Its great facades show the Cuban colonial architecture. lts ceilings resemble a Spanish mudejar decoration. Luis Chacón lived in it when, he was part of the island’s government, at the beginning of the l8th century. It was a house until the end of the l9th century; then, the headquarters of the College of Actuaries and, afterwards, the news room and printing shop of the “La Discusión newspaper. In 1935, the Arrechabala rum company installed its warehouses and offices here, as well as a private bar that was very busy in those days. Once restored, the Museum of Colonial Arts was installed in it in 1969. In the rooms of the museum there is an important representation of the decoration and furniture of the biggest colonial mansions of Havana from the l7th to the 19th centuries. Furniture. Glassware. Porcelain. Grille. Doors. Carriage. Stained glass windows and fornalete, art style that was especially developed during the colonization.

Birthplace of Celia Sánchez

Address: 
Ave. Capitán Raúl Podio No. 111 e/ Ignacio Pérez y Eugenio Basterrechea, Pueblo Nuevo.
City: 
Granma
Phone: 
(53 23) 2359-3476
Description: 
It is the place where the secret fighter in the city and combatant guerilla in Sierra Maestra was born on May 9, 1920. She played an outstanding role in the Revolution. There are documents on the life of the revolutionary fighter Celia Sanchez Manduley, including her personal belongings.

Museum of Natural Sciences to "Carlos de la Torre"

Address: 
Ave. Máximo Gómez No. 2 Sur.
City: 
Sancti Spiritus
Phone: 
(53 41) 2-6365

Museum of Humor

Address: 
Ave. 60 esq. a Ave. 45.
City: 
La Habana
Phone: 
(53 650) 2817
Description: 
The rooms of the museum give you a visual background on the Cuban graphic humor, starting from the first cartoon known in Cuba up to the present times. -Historical background on the development of humor in Cuba. Mapa

“Emilio Bacardi Moreau” Provincial Museum

Address: 
Ave. Pío Rosado No. 552 e/ Aguilera y Heredia.
City: 
Santiago de Cuba
Phone: 
(53 226) 62-8402
Description: 
This was the first museum to have been opened in Cuba-in 1899, by Emilio Bacardí. It contains valuable artifacts of pre-Columbian culture, samples of national art and exhibits related to Cuban history. These last include a swallow-tail coat that belonged to José Martí, Cuba's national hero, and personal effects which belonged to Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, the Father of his Country. Two mummies that belong to the Paraca culture and other Egypcean cultures. Another unique piece exhibited in the museum is the torpedo made by the Mambises by using traditional methods in order to destroy the Spanish ships during the independence war of the 19th century. History of Cuba. Archeology. Natural Sciences. Art.

Municipal museum of Baraguá

Address: 
Ave. D No. 34 e/ Segunda y Tercera.
City: 
Ciego de Avila

Museum Martyrs of the Moncada "Dr. Mario Muñoz"

Address: 
Ave. Mario Muñoz No. 74.
City: 
Matanzas
Phone: 
(53 45) 2715
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