Havana: Museum of the Revolution

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.

Trip: July-August

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