Photo Feature by Ernesto Gonzalez Diaz
HAVANA TIMES – The 39-story Focsa building is the tallest in Havana and is located in the downtown Vedado district, a few meters from the malecon seafront.
The building built in the mid-1950s, became the second tallest building in the world constructed with reinforced concrete. On the 33rd floor is the La Torre bar-restaurant with a tremendous view of the city.
The Habana Libre and Nacional hotels, the United States Interests Section, the Anti-Imperialist Plaza, the Morro Castle, the Copellia Ice Cream parlor surrounded by trees, the Jose Marti memorial in Revolution Square and the Sports City Coliseum are some of the places that you can see in these images.
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