Saturday, 25 February 2017

Cameguey Architecture

Architecture of Cameguey, Cuba.

We did a lot of strolling around Camaguey. 
With it's narrow, winding streets and new pedestrian malls, it's made for leisurely sight-seeing. The variety of buildings and plazas was also a boon for amateur photographers!

The cool change that blew in overnight was also a welcome relief.
Corner of Plaza de la Solidaridad and Av Agramonte

An example of 19th century Neo-Classical architecture

Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de la Soledad - an example of Baroque architecture

Streets of Camaguey

Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de la Merced on the corner of Plaza de los Trabajadores.

Banco de Credito y Comercio in Plaza de los Trabajodores







This post is part of Saturday Snapshot.

6 comments:

  1. Oh wow, it all looks so amazing Brona. I particularly love that second one, it looks a bit Wedgwood.

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  2. I really like the blue in the second one as well!

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  3. I love architecture...and these show off some interesting designs. Some are whimsical. Thanks for sharing...and here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST

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  4. Love your photos of colorful architecture and old cars, especially the purple 4-door with silver top. Your post felt like a visit to the past.

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  5. These are lovely pictures of a beautiful city - where is Cameguey?

    Hope you are enjoying the weekend!

    Sue

    Book By Book

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  6. What a great tour of the architecture of your town. I don't think I've even imagined what the streets of Cuba would look like. I enjoyed your photos a lot.

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