Monday, January 27, 2020
Havana.- Cuba's Museum of the Revolution, located in the island country's former Presidential Palace, is currently subject to an ample process of reforms.
Its premises host exhibits of “Contemporary Cuba” -from 1990 to today-, in the lower floor, together with items related to presidential terms from 1920 to 1965.
The second floor displays Cuba’s colonial period, from 1492 to 1898, by focusing on the aboriginal tribes that inhabited the archipelago in the early days of the Spanish conquest, followed by black slavery and the wars of independence of 1868 and 1895.
After reforms are completed, the Museum will feature some state-of-the-art technologies, such as holograms.
By the end of 2020 several spaces, namely the Golden, Mirrors and Flag Sections should be open to the public.