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Very Interesting Place with Interesting History

The Drive up into the Sierra Maestra alone is worth it. You can feel the temperature drop 10-15 as... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Will G
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New Orleans, Louisiana
Hidden Gem, worthy of a short hike

This wonderful museum of the introduction of coffee to Cuba by French/Haitians is nestled in the... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2018
PurpleHydrangea
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Boston, Massachusetts
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Carretera de La Gran Piedra, km 14 | Baconao Park, Cuba
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Drive up into the Sierra Maestra alone is worth it. You can feel the temperature drop 10-15 as you climb up the mountain. From there you can have a view of the distance ocean. The museum is a unique surviving record of the French...More

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Reviewed 11 July 2018

This wonderful museum of the introduction of coffee to Cuba by French/Haitians is nestled in the mountains near La Gran Piedra, which will be your initial destination before you get to the Museum. You can book a car or an excursion through Cubatur to get...More

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Reviewed 21 January 2013

According to my information, even though there have been many coffee plantations around this area, only Villa Isabelica remains , even though it has been hit by the hurricane Sandy pretty badly and now is in the process of renovation. One more house remains, but...More

2  Thank Tina Q
Reviewed 25 February 2012

Museo La Isabelica, Carretera de la Gran Piedra Km 14, an early 19th century coffee plantation that once was the property of french immigrants from Haiti. House is a stone mansion and is recognized by UNESCO as a master work of cultural heritage in 2003....More

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