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Assouline 'Havana Blues' Havana ${masterID}

'Havana Blues'

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  • Assouline 'Havana Blues'  ASSO21HAV046BRW
  • Assouline 'Havana Blues'  ASSO21HAV046BRW
  • Assouline 'Havana Blues'  ASSO21HAV046BRW
  • Assouline 'Havana Blues'  ASSO21HAV046BRW
  • Assouline 'Havana Blues'  ASSO21HAV046BRW
  • Assouline 'Havana Blues'  ASSO21HAV046BRW
  • Assouline 'Havana Blues'  ASSO21HAV046BRW
  • Assouline 'Havana Blues'  ASSO21HAV046BRW
  • Assouline 'Havana Blues'  ASSO21HAV046BRW
  • Assouline 'Havana Blues'  ASSO21HAV046BRW
Chronicling the various identities of Cuba's capital, spanning the Spanish colonial settlement era, mobster rule in the 1930s, 1950s glamour, the Cuban revolution and a recent cultural renaissance, Assouline's 'Havana Blues' offers a vibrant assessment of this multifaceted city. Taking recognition of the capital's African, French, Spanish and North American influences, as well as its range of architecture styles — from baroque and neoclassical to art deco — the 296-page book is supplemented with over 200 illustrations and is a fitting testament to the city's ongoing evolution and determination to improve and progress.

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Chronicling the various identities of Cuba's capital, spanning the Spanish colonial settlement era, mobster rule in the 1930s, 1950s glamour, the Cuban revolution and a recent cultural renaissance, Assouline's 'Havana Blues' offers a vibrant assessment of this multifaceted city. Taking recognition of the capital's African, French, Spanish and North American influences, as well as its range of architecture styles — from baroque and neoclassical to art deco — the 296-page book is supplemented with over 200 illustrations and is a fitting testament to the city's ongoing evolution and determination to improve and progress.
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FRANKBROS says
Chronicling the various identities of Cuba's capital, spanning the Spanish colonial settlement era, mobster rule in the 1930s, 1950s glamour, the Cuban revolution and a recent cultural renaissance, Assouline's 'Havana Blues' offers a vibrant assessment of this multifaceted city. Taking recognition of the capital's African, French, Spanish and North American influences, as well as its range of architecture styles — from baroque and neoclassical to art deco — the 296-page book is supplemented with over 200 illustrations and is a fitting testament to the city's ongoing evolution and determination to improve and progress.

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Paper
Width 254mm
Length 330mm
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Paper
Width 254mm
Length 330mm

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