Havana Carnival in Cuba
Havana has Spanish colonial architecture in abundance – and a great Art Festival and Carnival.
It’s difficult not to be touched by the grace and heritage that lines the streets. Grand facades, huge wooden doors, art deco windows, vintage cars and narrow sidewalks epitomise the Havana we know today.
Havana was first called “San Cristobal de la Habana” and for over 200 years Havana was the most important Spanish port in the Caribbean.
Today, Havana is noted for its peeling buildings and vintage automobiles
Havana Biennial Art Festival from May 11 – June 11, 2012
The most important art event in Cuba which represents that relationship between visual productions and social imaginary. Havana Biennial Art Exhibition highlights mostly artists from third world and developing countries with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean.
Havana Carnival August, 2012.
The Carnival provides a spectacular display of music, dancing, conga lines and rich traditional Cuban music.
November 13 to 17, 2012. Held at National Museum of Fine Art in Havana.
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