Cienfuegos, Monuments

Monument Battle of Mal Tiempo

Monument Battle of Mal Tiempo

On the night of February 7, 1909, when society meeting held in local Spanish Union, was formed the commission of the monument project in Mal Tiempo. The newly created commission was aimed at understanding the exhumation and burial in one grave the remains of Cuban and Spanish who died in the battle of Mal Tiempo and build a monument at the location ... read more

Cayo Loco

Cayo Loco

Cayo Loco, which is also known variously as "Cayo Güije" or "Cayo Nuevo" is a place shrouded in mystery and legends such as the mystical and fascinating history of the Black Venus, a mute woman, race black, lush body, which dwelt on the key ... read more

Fortress Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles de Jagua

Fortress "Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles de Jagua"

Fortress "Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles de Jagua". It is located at the entrance to the bay of Cienfuegos, south central area of the Island of Cuba, in a community with strong maritime traditions. It is the only Spanish military fortress built in the late eighteenth century Renaissance style. It was declared a National Monument on October 10, 1978 and opened as a museum on March 24, 1998 ... read more