One of the most complete and best preserved examples of colonial architecture. Its cobbled streets, wooden balustrades, long balconies, horse-drawn carriages and its friendly and simple people, are all distinguishing features of the World Heritage Site of Trinidad. A real treasure, a wealth of riches, of urban gems and historical architecture.
It is a real museum of the Cuban sugar industry with 65 ruins corresponding to sugar mills, summer houses, barracks and other facilities related to the manufacture of sugar. It also stands out for its natural beauty that can be appreciated from a lookout. It has been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site.
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