Prado and its walk. Photo: Abel Padrón Padilla/ Cubadebate

The Paseo del Prado is an emblematic avenue of the Cuban capital, it goes from the Malecón to the Fountain of India, passing in front of the National Capitol, decorated with bronze lions that have become one of several symbols of the city and the protagonist of an impressive history that dates back to 1772.

Today we can find in it a diversity of colors and cultural exchange. Local artists show their works, while visitors from other latitudes enjoy the atmosphere and tradition of one of the most iconic sites in Havana.

The lions of the Paseo del Prado. Photo: Abel Padrón Padilla/ Cubadebate

Art on the Paseo del Prado. Photo: Abel Padrón Padilla/ Cubadebate

Take a little piece of Havana in images. Photo: Abel Padrón Padilla/ Cubadebate

Tradition. Photo: Abel Padrón Padilla/ Cubadebate

Paseo del Prado. Photo: Abel Padrón Padilla/ Cubadebate

3D art on the Paseo del Prado. Photo: Abel Padrón Padilla/ Cubadebate

Cuba. Photo: Abel Padrón Padilla/ Cubadebate

Child drawing on the Paseo del Prado. Photo: Abel Padrón Padilla/ Cubadebateciud