Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau
Museo Alejandro Humboldt
Often referred to as the 'second discoverer' of Cuba, German scientist, Alexander von Humboldt's huge Cuban legacy goes largely...
Kissing the southeast corner of Plaza Vieja is this distinctive Gaudí-esque building, which remains Havana's finest example of art...
To the side of the Palacio de Gobierno on Churruca is the Coche Mambí, a 1900 train car built in the US and brought to Cuba in 1912. Put...
Café el Escorial
Opening onto Plaza Vieja and encased in a finely restored colonial mansion, there's something definitively European about El Escorial....
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Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau information
Tucked away behind Plaza Vieja, the 'Brau' is a leading cultural institution that was formed under the auspices of the Unión de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba (Uneac; Union of Cuban Writers and Artists) in 1996. The center hosts expositions, poetry readings and live acoustic music. Its Salón de Arte Digital is renowned for its groundbreaking digital art.