Architecture in Artemisa

artemisa architecture The Architecture in Artemisa city centre stands out among the urban architecture of Cuba. It has an urbanistic typology distinguishes by octagonal blocks, which vary in length with domestic buildings from the 19th and 20th centuries. The city predominates the eclectic architecture characterised by buildings of high props of one or two flats with elements such as parapets, cornices, and columns repeated in almost all installations. There are blocks with portals run like galleries. Its 70% of houses were built between 1890 and 1940.

Las Terrazas is a rural tourist community located on the shores of Lago San Juan in Sierra del Rosario (a mountain range). This tourist destination represents a milestone because of its harmonic architecture in an exceptional landscape that features by its natural and cultural values. The site develops a management plan aimed at the sustainable use of its resources, including the tourist assets and its maximum use for the community benefit. Las Terrazas was granted with the National Conservation Award in 2006.

There are lots of other places nearby to visit including  Bahia Honda, Cafetal Buenavista, Orquideario de Soroa, San Juan Baths and San Antonio de los Baños

So why not explore the fantastic Architecture in Artemisa on your next Cuba Holiday Call us free on 0800 270 7644 and ask us any questions about the wonderful Island we call Cuba! You can also check out our other destinations at Sunmar Holidays.