National Geographic : 1947 Jan
Cuba-American Sugar Bowl © National Geographic Society Kodachrome by Melville Bell Grosvenor Dominating All Havana, the National Capitol Thrusts Its Dome 308 Feet above Fraternity Park Cubans are justly proud of their Capitolio, designed by a Cuban and completed by an American firm in 1929. The House of Representatives and Senate occupy sumptuous halls in either wing. Nearly every office has its airy patio. This bronze head of Lincoln stands in Fraternity Park. Political posters are plastered even on royal palms.