Science & Technology, History, Arts & Culture, Other Museums

Tres Reyes Del Morro Castle

Located at the entrance of Havana Bay, this legendary fortress is the most significant of all in the Cuban capital, not only because of its military importance, but also for its prevalence as a lighthouse and symbol of the city.
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The Scale Model of Havana: the second largest of the world

Only inferior to a similar one in New York, the Scale Model of Havana is, due to its dimensions, the second largest in the world. The 727 square kilometers of the city are represented in relief in an area of 22 meters of length and 10 meters of width.
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San Carlos de la Cabaña Fortress: The largest in America

Up on a hill at the east of the City of Havana, coming down the rim at the entrance of Havana Bay and some 300 meters from the Three Morro Kings Castle, lies the largest fortress in America: San Carlos de la Cabaña.
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Museum of the Revolution. Former Presidential Palace

It is located in a colorful building of a large dome and a mixture of styles which was official residence of the presidents of the Republic from 1920 to 1960.
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Museum of Regla

Once you cross the Bay of Havana, enjoying the colorful journey from the Luz Harbour up to the other side in Regla town, you could visit the Municipal Museum, which holds the history of one of the Cuban communities that has more deeply endeavor to preserve its traditions.
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La Punta Castle: Museum of Submarine Archeology

The Fortress San Salvador de la Punta is located at the entrance of the Old Havana, in a place that signs the end of the Malecon and the beginning of the Avenida del Puerto.
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Napoleonic Museum of Havana: Unique in its type in Latin America

On a side of the walls of the bicentennial University of Havana and very close to the highest populated spot in the city there is a renaissance mansion, that treasures one of the most complete collections of objects, weapons, works of art and jewellery, which belonged to Napoleon Bonaparte or were somehow linked to his life.
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Rum Museum

An ancient three floor colonial residence, placed at El Puerto Avenue, in Havana, is the venue of the Rum Museum . Historians affirmed it was built in the 17th century (1772- 1780), and that it was owned by the Counts Mortera.
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Cuban Postal Museum: unique in Latin America

The Cuban Postal Museum, place in the ground floor of the Ministry of Informatics and Communication, near the Revolution Square. It was created in 1965.
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Numismatic Museum

The most ample collection of Cuban coins is exhibited in this museum, placed out of the old Monte Piedad, very close to the Plaza de Armas, downtown in old Havana. It holds 1500 pieces grouped according to different historical moments, and in correspondence with the main periods of the development of the Cuban nation.
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