Cuba - Revolutionary Art

The Museum of the Revolution is housed in the former Presidential Palace in Havana. It mainly displays documents, photographs, and personal items, but has some interesting artworks as well. The building is impressive, if strikingly incongruous to its new purpose.

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(click to enlarge) Tableau of Camilo Cienfuegos and Che Guevara on a night scouting mission. See yesterday's posting for other depictions.

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(click to enlarge) Muralistic representation of the Granma, the yacht on which Fidel Castro and his colleagues sailed from Mexico to Cuba to begin the revolution.

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