Architecture of Old Havana


Name:  Palacio Conde de Santovena

Place:  Havana, Cuba

View:  The monumental facade faces onto Plaza de Armas.  Comprising a three-storey elevation and a fourth-storey roof terrace, a full length portico with a balcony and gallery above.  Corner view showing the set-back tiered effect.  In 1867 it became the Hotel Santa Isobel.

Date:  18th century, subsequent additions/restorations

Architects: Unknown

Style or Period: Neo-Classical Style, Colonial Period

Catalogue No.:  ZC2607a

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Architecture of Old Havana City Center, Cuba. Digital image is cropped and posted in lower resolution for the purposes of the Veritas Imaging website.

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