Espada Street. It owes its name to the bishop Juan José Díaz de Espada y Fernández de Landa.
This street congregated the artisans.
Was named this way because in it were concentrated most of the town merchants.
In one of it is houses lived until his death, the Bishop Don Pedro Agustín Morell de Santa Cruz
The intramural’s limit by the west, is Monserrate Street.
It is the only wooden street still preserved in Cuba.