Messages, letters or a simple Viva Fidel were heard at the Cuban Embassy in Sierra Leone. The grateful remembered this man so universal that he sided with the humble in Africa, said Leonel Lazo Montalvo, in charge of business at the diplomatic embassy. The presence of Fidel Castro in the country lasts and his words… Continue Reading »
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Every summer, intrepid swimmers venture across the bay of Matanzas from the port area to Allende beach. Since 1966 this event was initiated by the port pilots and later resumed by the National Institute of Sport and Recreatio(INDER) in annual celebration of the birthday of Fidel Castro, historical leader of the Cuban Revolution. On this… Continue Reading »
With the exhortation to dialogue with “an open and transforming mind”, carried out by Isdalis Rodríguez Rodríguez, general secretary of the Cuba Trade Workers Union in the province of Matanzas, began the assembly of the Business Group of Commerce of the territory on the draft Constitution of the Republic, process that initiated on Monday in… Continue Reading »
Sometimes my father, teacher turned carpenter, stops and writes on the first piece of wood that finds the octosyllabic verses that come between a cut and another on the mountain; On this Monday another Cuban tenth conquers the face of a fragment of cedar, opportunely, to pay homage to Fidel. Countryman, morning, education, repentismo, are… Continue Reading »
The moving homage with which the people of Cuba and friends of the world bid farewell to the historic leader of the Revolution is reflected in the text Hasta siempre Fidel, presented this Saturday in the city of Matanzas as part of the twenty-seventh edition of the International Book Fair .
The workers of the provincial company of Alojamiento Guanima, of Matanzas, paid homage to our eternal Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz in a special morning that took place on the morning of this Monday, December 4th.
The book Ahí viene Fidel, authored by young journalists Wilmer Rodríguez Fernández and Yunet López, was presented last Thursday at the José Martí Memorial, in Havana, as a tribute to the first anniversary of the physical disappearance of the historical leader of the Revolution Cuban.
Last Sunday (November 26th) the day was clear, the sky was bright blue and the sea looked calm. Everything was harmony. The streets of the city of Matanzas were dressed in blue, red and white, the colors of our national flag. There was conspiracy, in a good sense of the word, to develop the electoral day where the municipal delegates of the Popular Power would be elected.
Just a year after the passage of the caravan with the funeral procession of Fidel through the city of Matanzas, the Commander in Chief is remembered through these images that collect for history the feeling of the people for their greatest leader, the man who made the Cuban Revolution possible.