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  • Churches and Convents: San Jose Church

    San Jose Church

    • Destination: Holguin
    • Open: Daily
    • Address: Holguin City
    • Telephone:
  • Description

    Located in the historical Centre of Holguín, this church is one of the city´s most important architectural monuments. It was finished in 1815 but later modifications gave it the neoclassical style it has nowadays.

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  • Holguin Airport

    Frank País Airport (IATA: HOG, ICAO: MUHG) is an international airport that serves the city of Holguín in Cuba. It bears the name of Cuban revolutionary Frank País. The airport resides at an elevation of 4 m (13 ft) above mean sea level.[2] It has one runway designated 09/27 with an asphalt surface measuring 1,803 m × 44 m (5,915 ft × 144 ft)

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  • San Jose Church is located in Holguin
  • In over 25 miles (40 kilometers), the northern coastline of Holguín has 41 beaches. Guardalavaca and Esmeralda are the most popular beaches among foreign tourists. Pesquero Beach has scores of fascinating natural sites, both under and above water; Don Lino Beach combines open areas, architecture and the natural surroundings; and Blanca Beach is very close to Cayo Bariay, where Admiral Christopher Columbus first set foot on Cuban soil, during his first voyage to the New World. Cayo Saetía is northeast of Holguín. This natural spot has 12 virgin beaches.

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    • birdsofafeather1
      Review about San Jose Church Churches and Convents
      Awfull Poor

      “just an old church... ”
      nothing sticks out about this church inside or out. i'm no expert but have been inside the sistine chapel & st. peter's basilica, etc so this really was pretty plain to me.

    • birdsofafeather1
      Review about San Jose Church Churches and Convents
      Awfull Average

      “Under renovation ”
      It was being renovated at the time of my last visit. Great architecture, poor upkeeping. The church is not open for visit 24h a day, but you can go around the back and knock on the door. The y will let you in and take a look around.

    • birdsofafeather1
      Mrs D D
      Review about San Jose Church Churches and Convents
      Awfull Very good

      “I loved it ”
      Wow...this Church is like going back in would be not fun if I tell you how is must visit...But I will tell you that it is located in a very nice par called San Jose, the floors are like bricks as it was back in the 40th's...inside....there are statues of saints and the seem real...I love going there.

    • birdsofafeather1
      Review about San Jose Church Churches and Convents
      Awfull Very good

      “Iglesia de San Jose and Parque San Jose. ”
      The official name for the park this church is situated in is Parque Carlos Manuel de Céspedes but everyone calls it Parque San Jose. The park is surrounded by a couple of small art galleries, the cultural center Casa de Iberoamerica (that hosts a week long festival in the fall and numerous music and dance events), a small museum, a... More 

    • birdsofafeather1
      Review about San Jose Church Churches and Convents
      Awfull Excellent

      “Beautiful ”
      Outside on the steps were beggars , but inside the Church was serene with beautiful craftsmanship, the locals are very proud of the church.