on September 19, 2005
It is mostly a historical museum that chronicles the entire Cuban Revolution. It is also a sort of bastion of the Imperialist opulence and extravagance that was pre-Revolution Cuba, now presented to the people to be hated in all its forms. It is really a good place to visit if you are interested in Cuban history and the Revolution, so give yourself plenty of time. Note that almost everything is in Spanish. Admission is about $3.
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