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Remedios is an old city dating back to 1514. It was previously named Santa Cruz de la Sabana by its founder Vasco Porcallo de Figeroa but after a fire in 1578, the town was renamed San Juan de Los Remedios del Cayo. The historic centre around Plaza Marti has been very well preserved and the Colonial historic centre is home to one of the most important churches in Cuba, the Iglesia de San Juan Nautista. In the 20th century, Eutimio Falla Bonet, a rich landowner took charge of the restoration of the church. The result is Baroque splendour merged with the Neo-classic bell tower.
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