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Picture Galleries of Trinidad, Cuba

Photos of the Villa of the Santísima Trinidad, third town founded by the Spanish Crown in Cuba in early 1514. The town was founded in the presence of Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar, and evolved quickly, which enabled him to be one of the most prosperous in the largest Caribbean island. The conservation and restoration work undertaken by specialists in this area of ​​south central Cuba, and who profess to love their city inhabitants, it led to one of the best preserved colonial cities not only in Cuba but also of America, and enroll in the List of World Heritage by UNESCO along the Valley of the Sugar Mills in 1988, an area where the sugar industry flourished with the arrival of Iznagas, Borrell and Brunet families to the mid-nineteenth century.