Seminary of San Carlos & San Ambrogio


Name:  Seminary of San Carlos & San Ambrogio

Place:  Havana, Cuba

View:  The seminary was originally a Jesuit college built in 1774.  This view, a detail of the central entrance bay of the Tacon Street north facade, shows a view up of the three undulating levels.  The central bay is a 20th century addition influenced by the style of the facade of the Catedral de la Habana.  UNESCO World Heritage Site, 1982.

Date:  1946 – 1950, central entrance bay of Tacon Street facade.

Architect:  Cristobal Martinez Marques

Style or Period:  Neo-Baroque Style

Catalogue No. ZC2464

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