Monumento El Cacahual

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Coordinates: 22°56′43.422″N 82°23′25.428″W / 22.94539500°N 82.39039667°W / 22.94539500; -82.39039667

Monumento El Cacahual

Monumento El Cacahual, situated south of Santiago de las Vegas and north of Bejucal in Cuba is a monument to and the resting place of the remains of Antonio Maceo, second-in-command of the Cuban Army of Independence, and his assistant Francisco Gómez. The present monument, the third on the site, was started in 1944 and completed in 1951.[1]