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Havana Sights

Edificio Bacardí

  • Calle San Juan de Dios 202 Map It
  • Building/Architectural Site

Updated 12/31/1969

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Built in 1930, the former Bacardí rum headquarters (the family elected not to brave the Revolution and now makes rum in Puerto Rico) is an art-deco outburst best admired from the roof of the Hotel Plaza across the street. Its terra-cotta facade is covered with nymphs, sylphs, salamanders, and undines; its bell tower is capped with a brass, winged bat you'll recognize from the Bacardí rum label (or from the coat of arms of the House of Aragón, a clue to the family's

Catalonian heritage).

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Calle San Juan de Dios 202, , esquina de Av. de la Bélgica (Monserrate), Havana, Cuba

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Updated 12/31/1969

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