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Colonial towns Cuba
By Amy Adejokun Amy Adejokun Section editor

Discover Colonial towns

Cuba has conserved a number of architectural souvenirs from Spanish colonisation. From the fortresses of Havana to the churches and convents of Trinidad and Cienfuegos, in addition to the various museums; all can be considered keepers of the colonial memory. Yet the colonial town by definition is inarguably Trinidad. Its palaces, Baroque churches and cobblestone streets give it an undeniable charm that evokes the past.

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Museum of Colonial Architecture, Trinidad

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Havana Cathedral

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Havana's old palace

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Valley Palace, Cienfuegos

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Valley Palace, the lateral façade

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