The Revolution Square was created by the President Fulgencio Batista. Projected in 1953 by the centenary of Jose Marti, the Cuban hero, it was originally called Plaza Civica, although its international fame began with the Cuban Revolution. In it it is presiding its center, the Monument to José Martí sculpted by Juan Jose Sicre. This monument is the highest point of the city of Havana with 112.75 meters to the tower and 141.995 to the lighthouses and flags. In the Plaza are also the Ministry of the Interior with the well-known image of Che Guevara taken by photographer Korda. It is a sculptural relief, work of Enrique Avila that says "Until the victory always". In 2009 the work (of the same artist and technical specifications) was inaugurated to Camilo Cienfuegos, another great hero of the Cuban Revolution

  • Plaza de la Revolucion

  • Vedado, Habana
  • All day