Finca Vigia, Ernest Hemingway’s Cuban Home – ZC2628


Name:  Finca Vigia, Ernest Hemingway’s Cuban Home

Place:  San Francisco de Paula, c. 9 miles south-east of Havana, Cuba

View:  Finca Vigia, a small country villa, was Hemingway’s home from 1940 – 1960.  Upon his death in 1961 it was expropriated by the Cuban Government and became the Museo Ernest Hemingway.  Major restorations are ongoing.  This is an interior view from the end of the living room into the dining room.  All the furnishings and belongings are preserved as they were during Hemingway’s ownership.

Date:  Built in 1886

Architects:  Miguel Pascual y Baguer (of Catalan origins)

Style or Period:  Late 19th century Cuban Vernacular.

Catalogue No.  ZC2628

There are an additional 17 photographs of Ernest Hemingway’s Cuban house  and 17 additional photographs of the house interiors and surrounding gardens available.  Please use our contact form to request further information on these digital image sets.  In the subject line, please type “Finca Vigia.”  For more photos of Cuban arts and architecture, please check our Documentary, Editorial or Arts and Architecture of Cuba sections.

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