Cuban colonial architecture of the city center. The city took its name from the fruit of the 'nopal' cactus.
Spanish colonial living room furniture. Cuban conservation of old items and its history is a tourist attraction in the Caribbean Island.
Row of old weathered house entrance doors with metallic guards. Signs of new private small business start appearing on doors.
Cuban colonial architecture details in windows of old houses. Iron work in window guard, reflection of other buildings in glass.
Cuban History: Juan Fernandez Ruz. Portrait made of ceramic by local artists and exhibited in the Vicente Garcia house.
Cuban colonial architecture: Charity Theater (Spanish: Teatro La Caridad) facade in daytime. The landmark is one of the Eight Grand Colonial Theatres preserved as heritage in Cuba
Masonic Square and Compasses symbol in old Cuban buildings. Freemasonry or Masonry consists of fraternal organisations that trace their origins to the local fraternities of stonemasons of the fourteenth century
Cuban colonial architecture details. Weathered unpainted wooden door entrance of a house.
Economic hardship has forced many people to keep their property without maintenance.