About Instituto de Historia de Cuba
Instituto de Historia de Cuba (IHC) is dedicated to historical research and the conservation of Cuban patrimony. Founded on May 28, 1987 under the auspices of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party, the principal activity of the IHC is conducting historical research. It is authorized by the Ministry of Higher Education to provide graduate level teaching for masters and doctoral students. IHC regularly hosts colloquiums, symposiums, workshops, in addition to housing historical objects, a specialized library, and a historical archive that contains 1310 linear meters of documents from the 19th and 20th century. Its headquarters are based in Aldama Palace, a gem of Havana's neoclassical architecture.
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