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In the early twentieth century it was bought by D. Rafael Gonzalez Abreu, founding the Cuban Hispanic Institute of American History and converting the convent at its headquarters and headquarters of the Gonzalez Abreu Foundation, created by the Institute for Financial.
Currently, the building still belongs to the Cuban Hispanic Institute whose headquarters is on the top floor and the ground floor is intended for the Carriage Museum, home to the Real Club de Andalucía hitches.
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