Six significant Caribbean sites with rich historical legacy you did not know about

August 07, 2018 at 07:00 am | We Tour

Nduta Waweru

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August 07, 2018 at 07:00 am | We Tour

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Cienfuegos, Cuba

Founded in 1819 by the Spanish, this colonial town was first inhabited by the French. It became a trading point for sugar cane, tobacco and coffee. According to UNESCO, Cienfuegos became the first example of a town that “reflected new socio-economic and cultural trends related to urban order, the role of public spaces, and public hygiene requirements for natural light and ventilation”.

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