Trinidad is a city in the center of Cuba, known for its old colonial city and cobblestone streets. The main neo-baroque square, Plaza Mayor, is surrounded by large colonial buildings. The Romantic Museum, in the restored Brunet Palace mansion, and the Colonial Architecture Museum display relics from the era of sugar production in the city. The Church of the Most Holy is a nineteenth century cathedral with a vaulted sky and carved altars.
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