The sunny capital of Cuba, Havana is a city where time has stopped. Havana owes its unique atmosphere not only to the beautiful historic monuments and restored colonial buildings in the city center, but also to slightly neglected residential settlements on the outskirts. Pastel blocks of flats and multifamily houses are often in a bad condition with the plaster that falls off. Some buildings have not been finished for years. In Havana there are many families that live in extreme poverty in overcrowded settlements. On the streets you can also see many decades-old historic cars, which are a local tourist attraction, however, many people use these unusual vehicles every day.