Eastern Cuba Sights


Plaza Dolores

Plaza Dolores Review

Four blocks from Parque Céspedes, this long, shady plaza—the city's former marketplace—is ringed with cafés, open-air restaurants, and 18th-century homes with noteworthy wooden balconies. It takes its name from the church overlooking its eastern end, the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, which was renovated and turned into a concert hall.

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