Regino Eladio Boti´s Native House . This construction was the illustrious professor's native house, historian, poet, essayist and painting Regino E. Boti who was born February 18, 1878 and he died August 5, 1958.
This man and their work are part of the cultural patrimony of the Guantanamo city. It was precursory of the rebirth of the Spanish American lyrical letters that arise in Cuba in the first decade of the XX century, author of works as Arabescos mentales and other important titles for the American letters. He wrote articles in magazines and newspapers, it was member of different academies like the History, the Language and the Spanish American of Sciences and Arts of Cádiz.
Their housing was during decades, studio, workshop and library of the great artist, and in her are conserved, drawings, paintings, its newspaper, its nurtured epistolary, its personal file and its library.
This historical large house is of colonial style, characterized by its Spanish doors, with ornamental nails, windows of Spanish board with leaves, wooden columns and roof of Creole tiles.
It constitutes a construction with typical facade of the XIX century, altered inwardly by later eclectic modernizations developed in a single level and with a plant in form of U. Has walls of bricks. It precedes it for a side a portal run with carved foot wooden rights that they sustain the covered with galvanized zinc. The construction offers us a hefty carpentry in Spanish type doors without shutters, the windows of two leaves of type board without guard powders neither brackets, the covered with hanging type with drainage free to the street and to the patio.