Cuban capital Havana boasts one of the world’s most significant but frequently overlooked treasure troves of Art Deco architecture. The influence of this decorative trend – which reached its heyday in the late 1920s and 1930s and successfully integrated architecture, interior design, fashion and visual arts – had a wide-reaching influence on the Caribbean island.
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