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The park was named after Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, who is revered as the founder of Cuba. After the release of his slaves, he and a number of allies begin the fight against Spanish colonial rule in Manzanillo in 1868. Céspedes falls in 1874, but the struggle only ends in 1878 with a peace treaty that is unsatisfactory for the Cubans.
This square, with the shady arcade in its centre, offers a free Wi-Fi network. This makes it a very popular meeting place among locals.