Study Architecture, Historic Preservation, Planning, and Sustainable Development in Cuba
Planners, preservationists, ecologists, government officials, designers, developers, and other related professionals have the opportunity to join us on one of the following programs:
Six Historic Cuban Cities (Dec. 28, 2001, to Jan. 8, 2002): In Havana, see the Vedado neighborhood, old Havana, Callejon de Hammel, Havana University, Morro Castle, Cabana Fortress, and much more! Tour the historic town of Cienfuegos, including an historic theater, park, and cathedral. In the small town of Trinidad, tour the downtown and your choice of several intriguing museums. Visit the town of Camaguey and see its unique grid pattern designed to protect the town from pirates. Visit Cuba's second oldest city, Bayamo. Finally, in Santiago, take a walking tour of the historic downtown and see significant historic and modern architecture, and take a boat ride to Cayo Granma Island. A 12-day program.
Havana and Santiago (March 8-15, 2002): Arrive in Havana and spend the first 3 days visiting the Morro Castle, Museo de Revolucion, old Havana, and the Capitolio. Fly to Santiago. Visit Fidel Castro's boyhood home and tour downtown Santiago, seeing Cuba's oldest standing house and the Jose Marti Memorial. Also visit the train station, airport, and Santiago Hotel, all designed by Jose Choy. Return to Havana by plane and visit the National Arts School, Cabana Fortress, and other intriguing locations. An 8-day program.
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