During the civil war in El Salvador, a visionary architect (Mr. Ricardo Jimenez Castillo) was launched to build the tallest building in El Salvador. In naming chose one not very popular "Tower Democracy", which caused the insurgents it became the target of war, making damage by bombs, but was repaired and bought by a local bank. He changed his name to Cuscatlán Tower, named according to Salvadoran history and the name of Bank of purchase. After the bank was sold to Citi Group and has since become known as Citi Tower is no longer the tallest building in El Salvador, but it's an icon with a lot of history to tell. The architect who built it, went bankrupt and died shortly afterwards, alone and forgotten, but not his work.
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