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Ernest Hemingway

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Mario Otero
Mario Otero
March 8, 2018
In 1940, American novelist Ernest Hemingway bought the Finca la Vigía, a villa on a hill in San Francisco de Paula, 15km southeast of Havana, where he lived continuously for 20 years. Finca Vigia has made both the World Monuments Fund list of 100 Most Endangered sites, and The National Trust for…
Magali Efigenia
Magali Efigenia
February 13, 2017
Finca Vigia is located in the small, working-class town of San Francisco de Paula. Built in 1886 by a Spanish Architect Miguel Pascual y Baguer, Finca Vigia was purchased by Hemingway in 1940 for a cost of $12,500. There, Hemingway wrote two of his most celebrated novels: For Whom the Bell Tolls and…
Yaimi
Yaimi
September 10, 2011
Hemingway's home sits on a hill about 9 miles outside Havanna. This was the setting for his book "Islands In The Stream". Now a museum with his home and artifacts kept intact and largely unchanged.
Ayme
Ayme
August 26, 2018
la casa donde vivió y escribió, heminway una de sus obras mas famosas. hay que hacer reservación
Alejandro
Alejandro
January 9, 2018
Museo del grande Ernest Hemingways en La Habana, Cuba. Su vida, sus cosas, sus aventuras, y toda su amistad con Cuba reflejada en este lindo museo.

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Museum
“Located in the former Presidential Palace, with the boat Granma on display in front of the museum. The former ''Presidential Palace' was designed by the Cuban architect Rodolfo Maruri and the Belgian architect Paul Belau who also designed the Centro Gallego, presently the Gran Teatro de La Habana. The "Presidential Palace" was inaugurated in 1920 by President Mario García Menocal. It remained the Presidential Palace until the Cuban Revolution of 1959. The building has Neo-Classical elements, and was decorated by Tiffany Studios of New York City.”
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Point of Interest
History Museum
“The Napoleon Museum in Havana, Cuba houses one of the most important collections from the 18th and 19th centuries preserved in the Western hemisphere. The Museum reopened in March 2011 after a three-year restoration by the City Historian’s Office. Napoleon Princess Alix de Foresta, widow of Luis Marie Bonaparte, a descendant of King Jerome, Bonaparte’s younger brother, was especially invited to the island for the opening. The museum was founded in 1961, with the collection of Julio Lobo, occupying a 1929 Florentine Renaissance style mansion "La Dolce Dimora", the home of an Italian-Cuban politician, Orestes Ferrara. The architects were Evelio Govantes and Félix Cabarrocas, whose also designed El Capitolio and the Casa de la Amistad on Paseo. The museum displays almost 8,000 items, most of them related to the period from the French Revolution through the Second Empire. The collection includes a specialized library, suits, weapons, military equipment, furniture, coins, historic and decorative objects. Artwork is displayed from Louis Tocqué, Jean-Marc Nattier, Nicolas de Largillière, Jean Baptiste Regnault; François Flameng, Andrea Appiani and Robert Léfèvre”
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Establishment
“Tha biggest Zoo in the city, perfecto for a day. El mayor Zoológico de la ciudad, perfecto para relajar y pasear”
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Kubai étterem
“One of Cuba’s oldest and most popular paladares frequented often by celebrities and diplomats. Early reservations recommended. Concordia. No. 418 | Gervasio y Escobar, Havana (7-866-9047) ”
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Havana, Havana
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