Casa García (1869)
Antillean architecture / built by Enrique Banegas

Neo-victorian style wood house with a gabled zinc roof. It has a perimeter gallery  that is finished at the ends by two circular towers with conical-shaped zinc roofs. On the edge of the ceiling of the gallery, decorative elements of crisscrossed wood stand out.

The original steps to the home were taken to the Anthropology Center.

The current owner demolished the original concrete rail fencing and extended the concrete block wall to completely surround the house.

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