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Cuba’s unique architecture

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Christine Andersen,
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Havana is home to some of the most unique architecture in the world. The earliest architecture in Havana reflects medieval Spanish style, but Havana has gone through many architectural renaissances over time. There are hints of early Spanish, Greek, Italian, and Roman styles scattered all over the city. These influences have all made Havana into the diverse place it is today.

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A woman sits on a balcony as the sun begins to set over Havana Vieja (Old Havana). The contrast between the colors of the buildings showcases the unique architectural style of Cuba.

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