The bell tower in the distance was built in 1632 and two years later it was crowned by La Giraldilla, a weather vane in the form of a woman thought to be Doña Inés de Bobadilla, Governor of Cuba and wife of explorer Hernando de Soto. She is also the symbol of the popular Havana Rum and considered a symbol of the city of Havana.

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