In the world there are many people who cannot go unnoticed. There are those who stand out for their capacity in work and professional skills, for their role in society or their essential support within the family. But, the most enlightened are those who, without even thinking about themselves, are capable of giving themselves to… Continue Reading »
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Something wrong happens to my Cuba; I would like to consult with someone to solve my doubts , to know If it is just me the one that feels that there are problems or really my country is sick and losses a lot of traditions as the years go by. From a long time ago… Continue Reading »
The XXI edition of the International Crafts Fair (FIART) 2017 takes place from the 5th to the coming 17th of this month at the PABEXPO fairgrounds, in the capital. The event, organized by the Cuban Fund of Cultural Assets, is dedicated to the province of Santiago de Cuba and to glass as an artisan manifestation.
I can inform you with all responsibility that in 1956 we will be free or we will be martyrs (…) One of our most illustrious liberators sentenced that whoever tries to seize Cuba would pick up the dust from his soil drenched in blood (…) We are today in Cuba, Only we know where we are going and we do not depend on the last word of the Dictator. Greetings to the people of Cuba, and the firmest promise that we will return. ”
Despite the ravages caused by Hurricane Irma in last September and the campaigns of the enemies of the Revolution to prevent more tourists from other nations coming to know Cuba, the country will arrive on Monday at four million visitors foreign.
Celia Sánchez Manduley, the most native flower of the Cuban Revolution, born in the town of Media Luna in the east of the country, the matanceros today pay tribute to her in schools and work centers where the life and work of heroin , Loyal to Fidel until his last breath.
“In my backpack I would take the Cuban people, the best thing Cuba has is its people,” said René González, Hero of the Republic of Cuba, in the debate held at the Fuel Company, CUPET, in the city of Matanzas, As part of the youth project Cuba in my backpack.
On February 12, 1964, the revolutionary poet Manuel Navarro Luna read his verses at the Matanzas Art Gallery. It was his last performance in his native province. Those same verses dressed of the hidalguía of the independentistas heroes of the Greater of the Antilles, they stained his letters of white, blue and red to exalt the flag. That same spirit planted him in history and culture as one of the most important intellectuals of the last years.