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La Epoca

35 locals recommend ·

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Dayron
Dayron
January 30, 2019
At the beginning of the 20th century, La Época created the modern department store concept, introducing new commercial and management techniques at the time, such as control and business intelligence, window dressing, escalators or vertical concentration in certain areas. products. The building was…
Pamela
Pamela
January 16, 2019
Local department store 2 minutes away for food, drinks, groceries, cosmetics and household items.
Pablo
Pablo
April 28, 2018
The Epoch constitutes one of the centers most used by the capital's population when it comes to making purchases. Although its façade currently leaves much to be desired and little resembles that space that dazzled a few decades ago, thousands of people visit the building on the corner of Galiano…
Sandro
Sandro
January 4, 2018
one of the most famous shopping mall in Cuba
Fe
Fe
October 11, 2017
Supermarket and many other things. But - do not expect too much.

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Neighborhood
“Chinese immigration to Cuba started in 1847 when Chinese (Cantonese and Hakka) contract workers were brought to work in the sugar fields, bringing the religion of Buddhism with them. Hundreds of thousands of Chinese workers were brought in from China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan during the following decades to replace and/or work alongside African slaves. After completing eight-year contracts or otherwise obtaining their freedom, some Chinese immigrants settled permanently in Cuba, although most longed for repatriation to their homeland. Havana's Chinatown (known as Barrio Chino de La Habana) is one of the oldest and largest Chinatowns in Latin America. Some 5,000 immigrants from the U.S. came to Cuba during the late 19th century to escape the discrimination present at the time. Another, albeit smaller wave of Chinese immigrants, also arrived during the 20th century, some as dissidents escaping the authorities in China. There are lots of small and cosy restaurants in the area. It's worthwhile paying a visit.”
  • 62 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Very good restaurant and cafeteria, one right next to the other, the cafeteria its ideal for having snacks, pizza, milk shakes and that kind of food. The restaurant in the other hand it´s perfect to enjoy good Cuban food. ”
  • 27 locals recommend
Park
“Parque con conexión wifi y rodeado por las tiendas del centro de La Habana. (Park with wifi connection and sorrounded by the Havana center stores) ”
  • 7 locals recommend
Nightclub
“ This really is the place to go if you want to see the very best Cuban salsa bands. The Galiano venue quickly gained a reputation as the best venue for salsa after its opening in 2003. There is much more space in the Galiano venue than its slightly posher twin in Miramar which allows you to bar perch if you want to take a break from the dance floor. When the big bands play, covers go up dramatically but the frantic energy and packed venues make it worthwhile and an experience to remember. Less popular bands struggle to fill up the venue so it’s worth checking to see who’s playing.”
  • 90 locals recommend
Location
Havana, Havana
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