The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Foundation is a Spanish classical dressage institution located in Jerez de la Frontera, province of Cadiz (Andalusia, Spain). Among its objectives, it includes the maintenance of various forms of traditional dressage and of the Andalusian horse.
Founded by Álvaro Domecq Romero in 1973, it has its headquarters in the Duque de Abrantes Palace.
In the backyard of the Palacio de las Cadenas, in the Royal School of Equestrian Art of Jerez, the Presidential Palace of Havana was represented in the film ‘Cuba‘. Very close to that place, the Padre Luis Coloma institute of Jerez was used to represent a police station and finally the old Club Chapín de Jerez was used to represent the private residence of the dictator Baptista.
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