Iznaga Tower, Trinidad
Categories: Observation Decks, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Once Cuba's tallest building, Iznaga Tower was used to watch over slaves during the 19th century. The seven-story structure was built in 1816 and stands at 45 m (147 ft) tall. The bell that currently sits at the tower's base once hung at the top and was used to signify the workday's beginning and end, as well as prayer times. Visitors can climb to the top and take in views of nearby mountains and former sugar plantations below. Put Iznaga Tower into our Trinidad vacation route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Trinidad.
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Along the walk to the tower there are many market stalls selling linen and timber jewerly. . Once past them there is a fee $1 to walk up the tower It is quiet steep steps of timber material with handr... read more »
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Widok z wieży jest piękny, można podziwiać okolicę w promieniu kilkudziesięciu kilometrów. Wejście na wieżę jest płatne: 1CUC = 1 USD.View from the tower is beautiful, you can admire the surrounding countryside within a few tens of kilometres. The entrance to the tower is paid: 1CUC = 1 USD.show original
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