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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 [...]
  • El Yunque de Baracoa | Anvil Mountain Baracoa
    El Yunque de Baracoa | Anvil Mountain Baracoa
    El Yunque or Anvil Mountain is an elevation of vertical slopes and flat top 8 kilometers away from the city. El Yunque became a local symbol and orientation point for the seamen who crossed through the adjacent seas. The Anvil Mountain fauna is rich and diverse, with plenty of woodpeckers, the Tocororo (Cuba's national bird), hummingbirds, hutias, lizards, reptiles, and other species. At a height of 573 meters El Yunque offers a natural viewpoint over an immense lagoon and the [...]
  • Getting around in Bayamo Cuba
    Getting around in Bayamo Cuba
    Getting around in Bayamo can be fun, mainly because of our two traditions. Bayamese people love their bicycles and, more than any city in Cuba, you'll see them moving from one place to another in droves. The next favorite modes of transport are our horse-drawn buggies or carriages, on which you can ride through the narrow streets and view some of the most important plazas and buildings in the city. Our buggies have special access cars are prohibited from using [...]
  • Parish Church and Cathedral of San Salvador Bayamo
    Parish Church and Cathedral of San Salvador Bayamo
    The San Salvador de Bayamo Church, which was named a Cathedral in 1995, was inaugurated by diocesan Priest Alfonso Enrique de Armendariz in the XVIII Century and it later evolved to become the beautiful three building church you see today. Picturesque colonial style brick walls, structured roofs and iron bars with splendid ornate carved Wood interior and golden pulpit, two choir areas and nine altars. Archaeological studies on the San Salvador de Bayamo building corroborate the assumptions of the Vatican [...]
  • 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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