Cuba has interesting archeological remains worth visiting:
in addition to the Ambrosio Cueva, in the Province of Camagüey there is
the Cueva del Behique (o de Pichardo-Moya), see http://www.archaeometry.org/cb.htm
the Cuevas de la Sierra de Cubitas, see http://www.archaeometry.org/cubitas.htm
2/ Fundacion A.Nunez Jimenes
Mochica and Tlatilco Cultures, see http://www.archaeometry.org/tlatilco.htm
Cueva de Ambrosio, GPS: N 23°11'22.6" / W 81°09'57.1" (Peninsula de Hicacos, Cuba)
decorated cave has been discovered in 1974. Soon afterwards, some of
might have been "re-freshed" by
Prof. Antonio Núñez
In a recent paper, Racso Fernandez identified the "spectacle" pattern found at the Ambrosio cave as the representation of the conjuntion of the moon and the sun.
We suggest that this conjunction might be connected (as in the example we have reported for Carthage in year - 462 ) to a total solar eclipse.
Racso Fernández Ortega
2001 International Rock Art Mission in Cuba
Labrymorphic figures might have been transferred already at an early date from Carthage to Cuba via Canary Island