Photo of the Day: The Museum of the Revolution, Havana, Cuba

Originally constructed as the Presidential Palace in the earl 1920's, it is one of the most ornate buildings in the city of Havana. Designed by architects Jean Beleu, of Belgium, and Maruri, of Cuba, it's eclectic design combines French, Spanish, and German elements of the Neo-Classical period.

At one point the headquaters of the Cuban government, it now presents Cuba's history, archeology, paintings, and scriptures of which compromise the country to present day. It was originally decorated by Tiffany and Co. of New York.