Palacio Brunet

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Built between 1740 and 1808, this large ochre residence was the home of Spanish count Nicolás de la Cruz Brunet. Today it houses the Museo Romántico. This important collection of 19C furniture and decorative arts recreates an aristocratic Cuban interior showing strong European influences. Visitors are plunged into a luxurious décor of marble and crystal, where Sèvres porcelain, china statuettes and French opaline objects sit atop mahogany furniture.

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Plaza Mayor

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