|Concert in progress inside Santa Clara, Cuba's Museum of Decorative Arts. Maestro leads the group in a repertoire of 17th century renaissance Spanish music. Photo: Phyllis Shess, April 2015|
Editor’s note: On a daily basis from June 1 thru June 30, 2015 Pillar to Post online magazine is featuring articles, photos and insights resulting from a recent group tour, an adventure we dubbed: the April 23 Brigade’s Tour of Cuba 2015.
VINTAGE COLLECTION OF FURNISHINGS, ETC.
Museum of Decorative Arts in downtown Santa Clara, occupies a cheerfully painted yellow 17th century building on the Southeast corner of Parque Vidal. There are no neon signs to signify its existence. Tourists hear of it by word of mouth.
|Decorative Museum is on the right|
The museum also has a hall for concerts and cultural activities making it one of the popular places in this historic albeit dusty college town of 200,000 residents.
|ALL IMAGES BY MICHAEL SHESS, 2015|
(except where noted otherwise)
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