Be among the few Americans permitted to travel to Cuba this year! Discover the diverse and vast architectural legacy of Cuba from Havana’s Neoclassical pastel facades along the Malecón, to Soviet modernist developments. Become immersed in the fascinating combination of architectural styles and influences throughout the island including the newly-restored Capitolio Nacional built in the late 1920s; the outstanding architectural achievement of the Cuban Revolution – the Instituto Superior de Arte; and the FOCSA building, once the second largest residential concrete building in the world. Explore the stunning colonial town of Cienfuegos, “Pearl of the South,” considered by UNESCO to be one of the best examples of 19th-century urban planning principles in the Americas. Venture to Trinidad, recognized as the country’s most beautifully preserved city of colonial architecture. Examine the challenges Cuba faces restoring its architectural heritage while keeping its vibrant culture alive in the ever-changing 21st century.
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