Cuba, Havana Baroque Cathedral

 

Erected by Jesuits in the mid 18th Century, the baroque Cathedral of Havana is one of the most impressive historical buildings of the city. The façade, designed by architect Pedro Medina, strikes for its sobriety and is considered one of the most outstanding examples of baroque in Latin America.

 

More reading: 7 Reasons Why La Havana is Magic

 

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