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Pictures of Cuba

These are pictures of our trip to Cuba. I will add comments and a little story later. Share Follow Me on Pinterest
Notice the sign
Notice the sign
Old Havana
Old Havana
On the plane
On the plane
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From the plane window
The resort from my bedroom window
The resort from my bedroom window
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Part of the pool at the resort
Part of the pool at the resort
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On the scooters
Dorky looking helmet
Dorky looking helmet
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The Group
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Day we met George
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George School Teacher
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Local Girls
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Feeling Alive
Feeling Alive
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Jeff
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Amazing Bridge
Amazing Bridge
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Scary Bug
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Coffin Apt
Coffin Apt
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Bar where Hemmingway drank
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t6%2f97%2f201397%2f4%2f87338859.HYtSgLH4.jpg t6%2f97%2f201397%2f4%2f87338860.5GKuOMlb.jpg The site occupied by El Capitolio was originally an area of swamp which was later used for slave dwellings and later still for the country's first botanical garden. In 1839, after the plants were relocated, the Villanueva Station (Estación de Ferrocarriles de Villanueva) was constructed on the site. The station was inaugurated in 1839 and was in use until the first decade of the 20th century when a modern station was constructed further to the east of the city. Before the existing building was erected there were other construction projects proposed for the site. The first, proposed in 1912, was to build a Presidential Palace, but the idea was later modified to construction of a building for the Cuban legislature. Financing was obtained and the work started in December of 1917 but stopped during World War I and was never recommenced. The dome of the building, which had been completed before work was suspended, was destroyed in an explosion in 1918.
the dictator Gerardo Machado took power and commissioned a new design from the architects Raúl Otero and Eugenio Raynieri. The previous, partially completed building was demolished and work began on the new building on 1 April 1926. Over seen by the U.S. firm of Purdy and Henderson, 8,000 labourers worked 8-hour shifts 24 hours a day, and as a result the building was completed in just 3 years and 50 days.

The building was named after a referendum on the choice of either the El Palacio del Congreso (Palace of Congress) or El Capitolio, and was inaugurated on 20 May 1929. The legislature did not move into the building until February 1931, as although the structure was complete by 1929 it took almost another two years before the interior decoration was finished. The building is finished with fine marble throughout and the total cost of construction and decoration is estimated to have been 17 million pesos. The building served as the seat of the legislature until the late 1950s; both the House of Representatives and Senate were based in the building. In the 1960s it became home to the Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment. The main floor (which is on the first storey) is open to visitors and many of the rooms are used to host conferences and meetings.
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The site occupied by El Capitolio was originally an area of swamp which was later used for slave dwellings and later still for the country's first botanical garden. In 1839, after the plants were relocated, the Villanueva Station (Estación de Ferrocarriles de Villanueva) was constructed on the site. The station was inaugurated in 1839 and was in use until the first decade of the 20th century when a modern station was constructed further to the east of the city. Before the existing building was erected there were other construction projects proposed for the site. The first, proposed in 1912, was to build a Presidential Palace, but the idea was later modified to construction of a building for the Cuban legislature. Financing was obtained and the work started in December of 1917 but stopped during World War I and was never recommenced. The dome of the building, which had been completed before work was suspended, was destroyed in an explosion in 1918.
the dictator Gerardo Machado took power and commissioned a new design from the architects Raúl Otero and Eugenio Raynieri. The previous, partially completed building was demolished and work began on the new building on 1 April 1926. Over seen by the U.S. firm of Purdy and Henderson, 8,000 labourers worked 8-hour shifts 24 hours a day, and as a result the building was completed in just 3 years and 50 days.

The building was named after a referendum on the choice of either the El Palacio del Congreso (Palace of Congress) or El Capitolio, and was inaugurated on 20 May 1929. The legislature did not move into the building until February 1931, as although the structure was complete by 1929 it took almost another two years before the interior decoration was finished. The building is finished with fine marble throughout and the total cost of construction and decoration is estimated to have been 17 million pesos. The building served as the seat of the legislature until the late 1950s; both the House of Representatives and Senate were based in the building. In the 1960s it became home to the Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment. The main floor (which is on the first storey) is open to visitors and many of the rooms are used to host conferences and meetings.

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Embedded in the floor in the centre of the main hall is a replica 25 carat (5 g) diamond, which marks Kilometre Zero for Cuba. The original diamond, said to have belonged to Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and have been sold to the Cuban state by a Turkish merchant, was stolen on 25 March 1946 and mysteriously returned to the President, Ramón Grau San Martín, on 2 June 1946 . It was replaced in El Capitolio by a replica in 1973.

Embedded in the floor in the centre of the main hall is a replica 25 carat (5 g) diamond, which marks Kilometre Zero for Cuba. The original diamond, said to have belonged to Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and have been sold to the Cuban state by a Turkish merchant, was stolen on 25 March 1946 and mysteriously returned to the President, Ramón Grau San Martín, on 2 June 1946 . It was replaced in El Capitolio by a replica in 1973.

Embedded in the floor in the centre of the main hall is a replica 25 carat (5 g) diamond, which marks Kilometre Zero for Cuba. The original diamond, said to have belonged to Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and have been sold to the Cuban state by a Turkish merchant, was stolen on 25 March 1946 and mysteriously returned to the President, Ramón Grau San Martín, on 2 June 1946 . It was replaced in El Capitolio by a replica in 1973.
Embedded in the floor

Embedded in the floor in the centre of the main hall is a replica 25 carat (5 g) diamond, which marks Kilometre Zero for Cuba. The original diamond, said to have belonged to Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and have been sold to the Cuban state by a Turkish merchant, was stolen on 25 March 1946 and mysteriously returned to the President, Ramón Grau San Martín, on 2 June 1946 . It was replaced in El Capitolio by a replica in 1973.

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t6%2f97%2f201397%2f4%2f87370290.nWdXjT9J.jpg The inside of the main hall under the cupola is dominated by the huge Statue of the Republic (La Estatua de la República). The statue, also by Zanelli, was cast in bronze in Rome in three pieces and assembled inside the building after its arrival in Cuba. It is covered with 22 carat (92 %) gold leaf and weighs 49 tons. At 15 m (49¼ ft) tall, it was the second highest statue under cover in the world at the time, with only the Great Buddha of Nara being taller. It was later relegated to third place after the construction of the statue of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial. The statue stands on a plinth 2.5 m (8¼ ft) high bringing the total height to 17.54 m (55¼ ft). A Creole Cuban, Lily Valty served as the model for the body for Zanelli, and the inspiration for the statue came from Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom.
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The inside of the main hall under the cupola is dominated by the huge Statue of the Republic (La Estatua de la República). The statue, also by Zanelli, was cast in bronze in Rome in three pieces and assembled inside the building after its arrival in Cuba. It is covered with 22 carat (92 %) gold leaf and weighs 49 tons. At 15 m (49¼ ft) tall, it was the second highest statue under cover in the world at the time, with only the Great Buddha of Nara being taller. It was later relegated to third place after the construction of the statue of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial. The statue stands on a plinth 2.5 m (8¼ ft) high bringing the total height to 17.54 m (55¼ ft). A Creole Cuban, Lily Valty served as the model for the body for Zanelli, and the inspiration for the statue came from Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom.

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t6%2f97%2f201397%2f4%2f87370318.9O3b4qdi.jpg Hemmingway's signature
Hemmingway's signature
Grafitti on the bar wall were Hemmingway drank
Grafitti on the bar wall were Hemmingway drank
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Museum
Museum
Great Idea out side the Museum
Great Idea out side the Museum
Kate at the Russian Museum tribute
Kate at the Russian Museum tribute
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Neptune
Jeff
Jeff
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Beautuful place the fortress
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George guiding us in Old Havana
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Group Dinner at the resort
police bike
police bike
the gang1
the gang1
the gang 2
the gang 2
Cute little roadside shop
Cute little roadside shop
Kates girlfrends from Russia
Kates girlfrends from Russia
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The paths at the resort
The paths at the resort
We did this every morning ,noon and night
We did this every morning ,noon and night
Sexy Susy at the Bridge
Sexy Susy at the Bridge
Cute poochie
Cute poochie
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t6%2f97%2f201397%2f4%2f87401703.SL9aXs0U.jpg The Church in Old Havana
The Church in Old Havana
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t6%2f97%2f201397%2f4%2f87401713.55owCCJ4.jpg t6%2f97%2f201397%2f4%2f87401716.NCunIAGT.jpg George explaining stuff to us
George explaining stuff to us
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Us on the beach
Old Havana
Old Havana
Ordering a cocktail
Ordering a cocktail
playing in the sand
playing in the sand
In the water
In the water
biking
biking
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strong
The group
The group
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