Was amazing to see Che tomb and all the historical museum about his life. Very interesting both the museum inside and the statues/mausoleum outside.
A place of silence, a place where Cuba shows love and respect to Che, a true idealist... You can feel it on the air...
The mausoleum is a very solom and quiet place where the remains of Ché and his last compadres are laid to rest. It is respectfull in it's simplicity. It has sense of peace and reverence.
Very interesting place. Below the Che statue outside is carved in the wall the last letter he wrote to Fidel Castro in Spanish. Before entering the mausoleum you have to take off your hat. In the museum you can view several photos of Che and other personal belongings. Che is very important in this town of Santa Clara.
I went there by night...so we couldnt go to museum, maybe thats why i dont have such a great opinion about it, i think it could be pretty much better considering the roll of che and how important he was for this town and the revolution, i was seeking for more info.
Is an obligatory place to visit. Two kilometers from the center of Santa Clara City, this place is a Cuban glorious simbol.
Learnt that he was better at history than music from his school reports.acreally emotional place beautifully presented
If anyone is planning to visit Trinidad in Cuba you can easily incorporate a visit to Che Guevara s Mausoleum either on the way to Trinidad or on the way back. Very respectful and poignant, its also free admission. We booked an overnight trip with Thomas cook but it was cancelled last minute, luckily we met Frank the taxi driver... More
Visiting the Che Guevara Memorial and Mausoleum was one of the highlights of our 2 week trip to Cuba. It is an artful tribute of the Cuban peoples' genuine love for their hero. The museum contains many mementoes of Che's life, from boyhood to his death in Bolivia. In the mausoleum, hats must be removed and no cameras are permitted.... More
Che Guevara is a hero to many and is a person that I have been interested in for a long time so this was a must-visit during my trip to Cuba. I took the Viazul from Varadero to Santa Clara, the trip was approx 3 hours long. Santa Clara is a neat little town and it's worth your while spending... More
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