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Galeria Pauyet

Avda Tarafa s/n, Moron 65100, Cuba
+53 5 2835370
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Fun/Unique Shop

This is a really cool shop in downtown Moron, much nicer than most of the other shopping available... read more

Reviewed May 17, 2017
Rebecca M
via mobile
Highlight of our visit to Ciego de Ávila

Had the pleasure to visit the gallery and their workshop and talk with Paudel Ruiz Vázquez, one of... read more

Reviewed April 15, 2017
Cambridge, MA
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Avda Tarafa s/n, Moron 65100, Cuba
+53 5 2835370
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Reviewed May 17, 2017 via mobile

This is a really cool shop in downtown Moron, much nicer than most of the other shopping available. They make everything out of metal and utensils. Prices are reasonable and they accept other currencies besides the convertible pesos which is nice. They will have any...More

1  Thank Rebecca M
Reviewed April 15, 2017

Had the pleasure to visit the gallery and their workshop and talk with Paudel Ruiz Vázquez, one of the principal artists at the cooperative, who gave us a tour of their humble but industrious facility in the back. It is amazing to see how the...More

1  Thank siocnarf
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Reviewed April 9, 2017 via mobile

One off creations able to see them being made, recycling Cuban style beautiful hard to believe what they are made of

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Reviewed March 6, 2017

Had a nice little tour of this shop. There are some very nice pieces here created by some very talented artists! If around, you really should stop in and check it out.

Thank Habscrue
Reviewed February 25, 2017

The store has a wide range of various statues and other items as well as a good range of jewelry for sale, all made on-site from an alloy called "German silver".

Thank NorbertW
Reviewed February 1, 2017

Lovely silverware sculptures. Group of artists with international recognition that take discarded spoons, forks, knives and convert to artwork to admire or purchase. Better keepsake of your visit to Cuba than the typical mass produced wood sculptures or leather goods but cost is higher. We...More

1  Thank Cocomojoe
Reviewed November 29, 2016

Full day excursion from Cayo Coco/Guillermo. Great to see how Cubans live, and their excellent talents in turning old silverware into jewellery or ornaments. Absolutely incredible.

Thank sa2can
Reviewed November 16, 2016

Visited here twice! Very impressed with him! The first time we went he had just finished a beautiful Fishing trophy of a fish hanging on a rod and line. it was stunning I bought a necklace, or rather my husband bought it for me. Earlier...More

Thank LyndylouSouthWales
Reviewed October 25, 2016

Visited here during an all day tour and so glad we did!The students/artists here are so creative and talented!Be sure to find a unique piece to bring home!

Thank Makeit5
Reviewed July 20, 2016

This was another stop on our day trip and it was a very interesting place to look round. Craftsmen use old cutlery to make into sculptures, ornaments and jewellery. You can see the craftsmen at work and have the opportunity to purchase gifts in the...More

Thank Heather t
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Phil O
April 4, 2017|
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Response from Cocomojoe | Reviewed this property |
We used cash for one small and one larger sculpture. They do take credit card as I recall but with exchange cheaper to pay with cash. I know for sure they do not accept American Express at all, anywhere.
Phil O
February 20, 2017|
Response from sa2can | Reviewed this property |
Hi Yes, we did a tour, I think it was called Espectacular (not too sure), but it was a full day bus excursion, included 2 cities Moron and Ciego de Avila, and even time by ourselves to just wander around, and also a... More