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Posted July 07, 2008 by publisher in Cuban Architecture

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The eighth edition of the Routes and Travels project (Rutas y Andares in Spanish), promoted by the Office of the City Historian in Havana, will take place this summer.

The project includes the Route to Independence, which will provide knowledge of the symbols and heroes who participated in Cuba’s wars of independence.

The Route will consist of visits to the City Museum, the Palace of Government and the Numismatic Museum.

It also includes visits to different places in Old Havana to learn about the area’s architectural peculiarities and cultural diversity.

Other activities are the Route of Science, the Ethnographic Route and other options in which the entire family can choose the places they want to visit accompanied by a professional guide.

As a special element, the Hispanic-American Cultural Center has designed a special route dedicated to Alejo Carpentier, which will combine movies, music and dance.

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