Museum of the Revolution (Museo de la Revolución) of Havana has exhibition of documentation, arts and artifact from the revolutionary war in 1950s and the country’s post-1959 history. The building is really beautiful with amazing architecture. I could spend a whole day there just to take pictures of its architecture. But he-eh, Dutchie, unfortunately, does not share similar (photography) interest. It was build in 1920-ish and used to be called as Presidential Palace, office and home to previous Cuban presidents until the 26 July movement won its victory.