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The building of this museum is located at the southern border of the Cathedral Square. Before the recognized status of the museum, it was the mansion of one of the first nobles to settle in Cuba.
The mansion at first glance will not make the most vivid impression, since the architectural style itself sharply distinguishes it from other numerous buildings this area of Havana. Firstly, most of the buildings in Cathedral Square are designed in the artsy style of Baroque architecture. Secondly, even relative to each other, all buildings are not multi-storey, but with sufficiently high ceilings. The museum, on the other hand, cannot boast of either the height of the ceilings, or the stucco molding and other attributes of the Baroque style. If not for the sign of the popular museum, this building would hardly have attracted any interest among tourists. The style of the building is attributed to the classic Creole.
The permanent and unchanging exposition of the Museum consists of various objects that directly illustrate colonial Cuba. Candlesticks and furniture of that time are exhibited here. There are fewer works of art, mainly the emphasis is on household exhibits.
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Topic: Museum of Colonial Art in Cuba, Havana Resort.