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The architecture of Camagüey is distinguished by its eclecticism: a mixture of components of different styles that harmonize with each other; there are also samples of colonial architecture, Cuban Baroque, Art Deco, Art Noveau and modern style, among other architectural movements. The clay definitely marks the oldest structures formed by brick walls and tiled roofs. Worth mentioning is also the great number of religious buildings, palaces and lush courtyards full of earthenware jars, truncated pillars, arches, covers, over hangs, lattice screens and granite pavers.

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