Cuba's Built Heritage

Cuba's Built Heritage

Virginia Tech

You are invited to participate in a unique opportunity to explore the built environments of Havana and Trinidad (especially the UNESCO World Heritage sites) and the "Heroic" city of Santa Clara.

This educational venture is available to alumni/friends of CAUS and one travel companion during February 28 - March 8, 2003.

Professor Joseph L. Scarpaci, of the Department of Urban Affairs and Planning, will lead the trip. He has authored several works on Cuba, including Havana: Two Faces of the Antillean Metropolis (with Roberto Segre, Mario Coyula; with a forward by Andre Duany). This marks his 36th trip to the island. Professor Scarpaci will procure a license from the U.S. Treasury.

Related Link: Cuba's Built Heritage

For more information contact:

Jodi Vandervort
Virginia Tech
200 Architecture Annex
VA 24060

Phone: 540-231-7660
Fax: 540-231-3367
Email: [email protected]

Posted December 12, 2002

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