Teatro José Jacinto Milanés
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Teatro José Jacinto Milanés information
Often included in a set of seven classic 19th-century Cuban provincial theaters, the 540-seat Milanés dates from 1845 – making it one of Cuba's oldest. It reopened in 2006 after lengthy renovations and, with its three-tiered auditorium, antique seats, and Spanish-style patio and cafe, is well worth a look.