A staircase that is close to collapse in an Old Havana house.
Neither the government nor the people have the money to repair and care for the buildings and this is the main reason why Havana's Baroque, Neoclassical and Art Deco buildings haven't been modified and the city is of such historical importance. Old Havana is was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982. Since this date many buildings have been restored and the work continues but the emphasis is always on preserving key buildings rather than improving or saving the lives of the general population. While certain buildings are done up to a high standard the vast majority of the homes remain in a dangerous state.
- Camera make NIKON CORPORATION
- Camera model NIKON D700
- ISO 1600
- Focal length 20.0mm
- Exposure 1/40
- Aperture f/2.8
- Shutter speed 5321928/1000000
- Aspect ratio 1.49
- Orientation 1