Plaza Mayor- Trinidad, Cuba
Once one of the largest producers of sugar in the Caribbean, Trinidad’s city centre features well preserved examples of Spanish colonial architecture, dating back to the 18th & 19th centuries. The historic Plaza Mayor has had little development since then, defined by the cobblestone streets, pastel coloured buildings, and wrought iron grilles.
Most of the houses in the Plaza are now museums. The cities main church, Iglesia de la Santísima Trinidad, built in 1892, is also located in the plaza.