Четверг, 13 августа, 2020
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Felicia Chateloin Santiesteban

Felicia Chateloín Santiesteban (Havana, 1949) is an architect, urbanist, critic, researcher. She holds a master’s degree in architectural historic preservation and a doctorate in technical sciences. She is a professor in and consultant to the Department of the Architecture of Havana, CUJAE (Ciudad Universitaria José Antonio Echeverría), and the Colegio Universitario San Gerónimo, Universidad de La Habana. She has worked for more than 30 years in the historic preservation of architectural heritage, and has lectured in Cuba, Spain, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, the United States, Guatemala, and France. She is the author of the book La Habana de Tacón and coautor of others, and has published numerous articles in Cuba and elsewhere.

The Other Side of Havana Harbor

Across the harbor from the Old Havana district, a small seafaring settlement shares a hill with a fortress, a monumental statue of Christ, and some of the most breathtaking views in all of Havana. Architect and urbanist Felicia Chateloín Santiesteban looks at the life and history of Casablanca, and the turning point it faces for its future.