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A short documentary explores inside Venezuela's notorious Torre David.

Kyana Gordon
  • 14 august 2013

In the city center of Caracas, Venezuela stands an unfinished, 45-story building that easily commands the attention of passersby. Called Torre David, it’s one of the tallest skyscrapers in Latin America – and at one time symbolized the country’s booming wealth and development. But in actuality it came to represent the banking crisis that hit Venezuela in the 90s.

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