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|Cuban Cities, Towns and Places|
|In Punta Brava from the Carretera Central (Central Road)|
Punta Brava is a town in the Municipio of Bauta in the province of Havana, Cuba.
This town was founded in 1870. During the Cuban Independence Wars, the city of Bauta was burned down and the seat of the Municipio had to be transferred to Punta Brava. After the Republic was established, in 1902, the seat was taken back to Bauta. Still Punta Brava remains as one of the most active and important urban centers in the Municipio.
|In Punta Brava, view from the Carretera Central|
Note: On August 13, 2004 hurricane Charley did much damage to this town. It is possible that the pictures presented here, taken in 2003, are already historic.