Torreon de Cojimar, (1649), 1920s. Artist: Unknown

Torreon de Cojimar, (1649), 1920s. Artist: Unknown

2-612-925 - The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Torreon de Cojimar is an old Spanish fort (1649). It was the first fortification taken by the British when they attacked Havana in 1762. Next to this tower and framed by a neoclassical archway is a gilded bust of Ernest Hemingway , erected by the residents of Cojímar in 1962.


Image Details


Aliases

  1. 81
  1. 0580028442
  1. 2-612-925
  1. 2612925

Digital Image Size

Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 4875x3614
File Size : 17,206kb


People Information

Creator
  1. Unknown, attributed to: :
People Related
  1. Ernest Hemingway: American: Author

Medium
  1. Photograph

Geographic Hierarchy

World North and Central America Cuba

  1. 21 30 00 N , 080 00 00 W

World North and Central America Cuba La Habana Havana

  1. 23 07 00 N , 082 21 00 W

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