Museo Casa Natal Jesus Montané
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Museo Casa Natal Jesus Montané information
Lonely Planet review
A recently refurbished museum in a freshly painted green house that documents the life of revolutionary, Jesús Montané who was born here. Montané took part in the Moncada Barracks attack in 1953, fought alongside Fidel in the Sierra Maestra, and served in the post-1959 government. It's a small but fascinating place and well worth 30 minutes of your time.