Originally the city's central square, or Plaza de las Armas, this didn't become a proper park until 1912. Note the bronze statue of Agramonte on his steed at its center. In the park's southwestern corner is a 19th-century house that's now the Casa de la Trova, whose courtyard hosts performances by local musicians every day but Monday. The neoclassical building to the north is the biblioteca (library); a few doors farther north is the Palacio Municipal (Town Hall),
which was originally erected in 1730 but almost completely rebuilt in 1906; local artists often exhibit in its foyer.
Calle Martí, e/Calle Cisneros y Calle Independencia, Camagüey, Camagüey, Cuba