As I was staying at the Iberostar Parque Central, I was able to walk by every day, and could not help to make tons of pics, every time, that amazing this place is. The exterior architecture is truly impressive. By the time I was there, there were no guided tours, but paying $2 I was able to walk a bit around the place, and mostly saw that the place is really under a lot of work to bring it back to its best days....it will very nice to see how this is after all these efforts, as it is beautiful already as it is now
Performances here are for sure to be spectacular in technical terms, as the Cuban Ballet School is one of the best in the world, and Cubans are really proud of it, so check the calendar for performances during your visit
The construction work of the building we see today began around 1908 and was opened in 1915 with an opera season. It was not until 1985, and at the initiative of the prima ballerina Alicia Alonso, that the building was renamed and became the Great Theatre of Havana
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