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Cuba Destinations - Ciego de Avila Province Broad portals, arcades, columns and tiled roofs are the predominant features of Ciego de Ávila city whose main road is Independence Avenue which is lined with important buildings such as the main theater, the Raúl Martínez art gallery, the José Martí park, the Cathedral of San Eugenio de la Palma, the patron saint of the city, and a large network of shops, restaurants and cafés. Of particular interest to visitors are the traditional fairs of popular arts and crafts.

The province boasts huge subterranean water reserves and numerous lakes, the most important of which are the Laguna de Leche (Milk Lagoon), and the La Redonda Lake. The two most important cities are the provincial capital Ciego de Ávila, and the town of Morón, where locals are steeped in strong countryside traditions.

Known as the City of Portals, Ciego de Ávila is also notable for the variety of eclectic buildings decorated with balustrades, cornices, pillars and half-moon windows known in Cuba as medio punto. Ciego de Ávila is a relatively young city, and it was only at the end of the 19th century, that it began to house a substantial population.

It was between 1907 and 1930 that the vast majority of the historic core of the city was built. When you walk the streets of Ciego de Ávila, we suggest you also visit the districts of Vicente Iriondo and Maidique, and the Finca Recreo.

One of the examples of eclectic architecture found in the city is the Casa Balbín in Liberty Street. However, without doubt, the long corridors of buildings in the city are what distinguishes it from other cities on the island.

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