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The monument to Che Guevara - including his final resting place together with 30+ comrades who also died in Bolivia in 1967.
The monument itself was built in the 1980's though it was only in 1997 that Bolivia agreed to repatriate the remains of Che and other comrades to Bolivia. The eternal flame was lit on the day of the internment by Fidel Castro. The room where the remains are actually interned is underneath the monument in a solemn setting. The place opposite holds a museum detailing the life of Che from the wild days of his youth which saw him galavanting and having fun around South America to the successes of the Cuban Revolution and the driving force that drew him back to revolution in Africa and ultimately to Bolivia in the mid to late 1960's.
Written Oct 4, 2002
May be you can't see inside of the theatre, that's why I put these photos. It is ver old and nice building. I watched national chorus there. It was great. You check the program too...
Updated Dec 14, 2010
Just like around the memorial, children can tell you the whole story. Very simple monument but represent the turning point in the battle of Santa Clara...
Written Nov 19, 2007
The museum dedicated to Guevara's life. There is also a reconstruction of Guevara derailing the train during the Battle of Santa Clara.
Updated Mar 6, 2007
The last letter to Fidel......
Untill now - nobody is convinced who really wrote this letter : Ché - the CIA or Fidel himself?
Anyhow a political statement
Updated Apr 25, 2004
Near the famous train station/museum i saw this old lady sitting in front of her house.
Enjoying the many people walking by.
Updated Jan 26, 2004
The bulldozer stopped the train of Batista - fully loaded with weapons to beat the army of Fidel in the east.
Remarkable that you have to pay a fee - visiting this public place/square !
Updated Sep 11, 2003
End of the 50's - Che Guevara and his troops stopped a train - fully loaded with wapons - and send by Batista himself.
The civil war was over.
Written Mar 15, 2003