The rich history of a country, covering more than five centuries, and the story of objects and belongings of illustrious people or institutions coming from every corner of the world are treasured in almost 300 museums in Cuba .
These entities, highly valuable from the cultural point of view, are a means that allow the visitors to know or enhance their knowledge and, ultimately, value the roots of a nation that has won a rightful place in the history of humankind.
The first museum conceived in Cuba was opened in the 18 th century. It was named Museo de Historia Natural and was under the jurisdiction of the Real Academia de Ciencias Médicas, Físicas y Naturales de La Habana from the moment it opened its doors to the public in 1874.
Twenty-five years after the opening of this pioneer institution in the capital, another museum would be opened in Santiago de Cuba: the Bacardi Museum.
Thus, the life of the second treasure of this nature began to move forward owing to the efforts, arrangements, and support of Mr. Emilio Bacardí Moreau, wealthy industrial magnate settled in the second important city in the country.
The efforts of the Cuban Revolution to achieve an integral general culture in the people have made it possible to create at least a museum in all the 169 municipalities of the country.
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The three valleys in Trinidad named San Luis, Santa Rosa and Meyer, collectively called the Valle de Los Ingenios, were a center for sugar production from the late 18th century until the late 19th century. Valle de los Ingenios, was also named Valley de los Ingenios or Valley of the Sugar Mills is a series of 3 valleys about 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) outside of Trinidad, Cuba. During the years of the sugar industry in Cuba there were up to [...]
Address: Calle Fernando Hernandez Echemendia # 52, Trinidad The Romantic museum in Trinidad is located in a house built between 1740 and 1808, which was the home of Spanish count Nicolas de la Cruz Brunet. Today it is home to the Museo Romantico. The excellent collection of early 19the century furniture and decorative arts recreates an aristocratic Cuban interior featuring powerful European undertones. The exterior of the building itself faithfully represents the style of Cuban colonial architecture. Visitors are plunged [...]
Address: Calle Simon Bolivar # 423, Trinidad This grandiose structure just off Plaza Mayor offers a vast exhibit that allows the visitor to know the history of one of the first seven towns founded in Cuba by Diego Velazquez in the 16th century located in the mansion that belonged to the Borrell family from 1827 to 1830. Later the building passed to a German planter named Kanter, or Cantero. Today, the building where el Museo Municipal de Trinidad is situated is [...]
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