Cathedral of Christopher Columbus, Havana

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4.4/5 based on 20 reviews on the web
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  • A magnificent cathedral called the Cuban Baroque architecture masterpiece. Impressive towers in two different sizes. Seems to be the right Tower Bell is 7 tons. Majestic touch feels like an old comfy further. I think that the buildings in Havana.
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  • Looks pretty nice, probably because of the structure used in the construction of the stone. The Cathedral building itself is relatively small. You can login for free, but to climb the Bell Tower for money.
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  • The Cathedral is on the Plaza in old Havana (Havana Vieja) and is one of the business cards of Havana. The Cathedral was built nearly 30 years initially and then by the Jesuits, Franciscans, since 1748, at the end of 18 century became a cathedral and was given the name of St. Christopher. According to legend, before the end of the 19 century relic is kept in the Cathedral-relics of Christopher Columbus. Inside the Cathedral very majestic, is faced with granite, has rich altar of 19 century Italian masters, dostoprimečatelen also a big wooden sculpture of St. Christopher 17 (work Seville sculptor Martín de Andújar) and Italian frescoes.
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