Havana by Joseph L. Scarpaci, Mario Coyula, Roberto Segre

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About the Book – Havana


This book explores the urbanization of this great city over its five hundred year history. It analyzes Havana’s urban development and cultural importance and addresses the environmental problems that this highly populated city must overcome in order to thrive in the next millennium.

Examines social issues such as the remarkable lack of residential segregation between the different groups which make up Havana’s 2 million population.
— Examines Havana’s hegemonic growth as well as the economic factors that have shaped its development.

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Havana by Joseph L. Scarpaci, Mario Coyula, Roberto Segre
Havana by Joseph L. Scarpaci, Mario Coyula, Roberto Segre