Santiago de Cuba Cathedral
This Cathedral is located in a corner of Parque Céspede. It was modeled after many other cities planned by the Spanish, in the same central square was the seat of government (in this case the House Diego Velázquez) and the headquarters of the Church, the Cathedral of the city. In the case of Santiago, and because of a long succession of earthquakes and pirate attacks, the cathedral you can admire today is the fourth that stands in the city, a beautiful nineteenth century building. The views of the cathedral from the terrace of the Hotel Casa Granda are simply fantastic.