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In some destinations, tourist areas are located far from the rhythms of everyday life.Spend a few hours walking through Plaza Vieja, Plaza de Armas, Plaza San Francisco and Cathedral Square.Another cluster of major attractions is located in the western half of the neighborhood, near the Prado or Paseo de Marti, a boulevard that divides Old Havana from Central Havana. A block over, between Agramonte and Avenida de Las Misiones (Belgica), you'll find the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, with extraordinary collections of Cuban art in one building and international art in another, and the Museo de la Revolucion, with a tank and the famous boat "Granma" used by Fidel Castro outdoors and a wall of cartoons inside called "Cretins' Corner" mocking American presidents Ronald Reagan and both George Bushes.
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