PARQUE DE LA FRATERNIDAD
Founded in 1892 with the aim of commemorating the centenary of the landing of the Spanish on the coasts of America, it is a set of several parks located at the southern end of Paseo del Prado, in Havana.
After the 1926 cyclone, which devastated this area in almost its entirety, the park was remodelled, and the then President of the Republic Gerardo Machado brought in the architect and landscape architect Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier to redesign the park and be ready to celebrate the Pan-American Conference in 1927. It is for this reason that the park currently exhibits several busts of American leaders, including that of Abraham Lincoln.
Currently, the park is full of people who travel from one point to another in the city all the time, since it serves as a terminal for numerous bus lines, and American classic cars that are used as collective transport or shared taxis.
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