Nuestra Señora de los Dolores
In the former Casa de Gobierno (1853), the Museo Municipal houses a small historical collection that begins with a huge wall-mounted map...
Surprisingly colorful and happening cinema right on Parque Central.
Restaurante El Dragón
Specializes in Chinese food, but there’s little selection and it’s not recommended for vegetarians. There’s sometimes live music after...
Calle 28 · interesting places nearby
Nuestra Señora de los Dolores information
On the northwest side of Parque Central, this dinky, Mexican colonial-style church was built in 1926, after the original was destroyed by a hurricane. In 1957 the parish priest, Guillermo Sardiñas, left Nueva Gerona to join Fidel Castro in the Sierra Maestra, the only Cuban priest to do so.