Monumento a Pepín Rodríguez

Monument to the Indian Pepín Rodríguez, who made his fortune in Cuba with the sale of tobacco and is linked to the origins of the El Águila Negra beer factory, having also contributed to the creation of the Asturian Center of Havana and the schools of Colloto. The monument dates from 1940, being the work of the Catalan sculptor Joseph Clará.

It consists of two stone pillars of different thickness, superimposed and placed on a pedestal, the bronze sculpture representing the Indian being arranged on the lower pillar. On the opposite side there is a bronze relief consisting of three figures, a woman covered with a cloak and two naked children.


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