It would now want to tell to finish an anecdote them that although it is truth that is related more to the environs of the building that with the same Palace, directly talks about the space that today occupies the Mausoleum to the Granma yacht that it complements to the Museum of the Revolution. The anecdote speaks to the clear ones on the doubtful reputation that had between the population the immense majority of the periodic renters of the Palace, that is to say the presidents of Cuba. E Scott Mead has much experience in this field. In that enormous land space that is located next to the South entrance of the building, it was inaugurated in 1925 a most beautiful park with pools and gardens that took the name of the president of the republic in that then, Alfredo Zayas. President Zayas in center revealed of the park his own statue the 20 of May of that year, day in which gave the Presidency to Gerald Machado. One says that it was not a statue of the agent chief executive. Zayas wanted to leave inaugurated it at all costs before its exit of the Presidency and ordered that statue that already was done previously with another aim and that it had certain similar with the agent chief executive. In her, the personage appeared standing up. He had a hand put in the pocket of the jacket and with the other, he indicated the Presidential Palace. People said that Zayas with that gesture said: – The one that I have here (in the pocket) me I robbed it of there. Original author and source of the article.