13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
RCA Victor of Havana
This is what's left of the RCA Victor building in Havana, Cuba -- artists like Benny Moré in the latter half of his career, and much of Cuba's popularized music was recorded at this address, before the doors were shuttered by the Cuban Revolution in 1959, when RCA records transitioned their business to the state run Discuba records, which only lasted until 1962.
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