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  • Finca Duaba | Duaba Farm Baracoa
    Finca Duaba | Duaba Farm Baracoa
    At just 6 kilometers from Baracoa's city center on the road to Moa, you'll find the Finca Duaba nature farm boasting insights into the rural way of life in our region and the fascinating world of cocoa production and the strong Cocoa bean traditions in Baracoa. Wandering through the paths of the farm you'll also discover precious fruit trees and the procedures employed for harvesting and processing them according to the methods still used by farmers in the area. The [...]
  • Baracoa Fortresses Castles and Colonial History
    Baracoa Fortresses Castles and Colonial History
    Baracoa also retains clear evidence of a strong system of colonial forts that defended the city from corsairs and pirates. The Matachin Fortress which is now the municipal museum, The La Punta Fortress built to protect part of the bay, The Spanish built Santa Barbara Seboruco Castle, now known as the Hotel El Castillo, and the Towers of Joa and Caguase. We must not forget the church in which the Cruz de la Parra was placed, the first symbol of [...]
  • Baracoa Industry Economy and Culture
    Baracoa Industry Economy and Culture
    The largest coconut plantations and Cuban Cocoa production are found around the region of Baracoa. In fact, more than 80 percent of the production of these commodities produced by Cuba displays the stamp of Baracoa. Numerous agricultural and processing industries are based in the town. The Baracoa chocolate producing factory is the largest cocoa processing plant in the country. This facility, called Ruben Suarez Abella was opened on April 1, 1963 by Ernesto Che Guevara. The area is not only [...]
  • Bayamo Festivals and Carnivals
    Bayamo Festivals and Carnivals
    Bayamo celebrates two very popular festivals where everyone is welcome. First we have Las Enramadas festival which dates back to the 1930s, and takes place during Holy Week, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday. The streets of our city come alive with music and dancing; festivalgoer's are offered the national pride of Bayamo and famous Cuban dish of roast pork with congri (rice with black beans), root vegetables called Malanga and Yuca accompanied with salad, soft drinks, sweets, local beer and [...]
  • National Anthem Square | Plaza del Himno Bayamo
    National Anthem Square | Plaza del Himno Bayamo
    The Anthem Square or Plaza del Himno in Bayamo covers an area of about 4 332 square meters (14 212 Sq Feet) and owes its name to the fact that on those cobblestones, Carlos Manuel de Cespedes and his combatants sang the Cuban national anthem for the first time on October 20th 1868 when taking the City of Bayamo in the famous peoples uprising. Historically linked to the adjacent Church, this public area is one of the most important places [...]

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