Havana La Habana

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Rizzoli, Nov 15, 1994 - Architecture - 232 pages
The cultural and architectural history of Havana are evoked in inspired photographs that show the remarkable variety of the city's styles: the academic classicism of aristocratic homes, rococo residential interiors, art deco and art nouveau buildings, the famous El Tropicana, and the stylistic amalgam of the Columbus Cemetery. With text in English and Spanish.

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Havana, a city few of us have been able to visit, is reputedly one of the most beautiful cities in the Western Hemisphere. Photographer Stout (Great American Thoroughbred Racetracks, Rizzoli, 1991 ... Read full review

About the author (1994)

Nancy Stout is the author and photographer of "Great American Thoroughbred Racetracks" and photographer of "Havana/La Habana," both published by Rizzoli.

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