The Capitolio Nacional de Cuba (The National
Capitol of Cuba), now immersed in a general
restoration process, is a huge and colossal
architectural piece comprising segments of an
ample variety of artistic elements in bronze, plaster, and
wood, not to mention its highly complex dome.
Based on its proportions and silhouette that recall the
San Pedro Basilica in Rome, the dome is undergoing repair
works of its intereior mezzanine flagstones ans structure,
rib masonry and the gold coloring of all bronze sheets that
cover the dome.