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In Spain Havana Historian Eusebio Leal Spengler will receive the 2008 Olaguibel Award

Havana Historian Eusebio Leal Spengler will receive the 2008 Olaguibel Award from the Basque-Navarre Architecture College in November, because of his outstanding work in the integral rehabilitation of the old part of the city of Havana. Read More

Cubans Shaking the World with Their Salsa

The musical `Viva Cuba` created and produced by Yolena Alonso with musical support from her father Pachito Alonso, was successfully staged at the 2008 International Zaragoza Expo, in Spain. Read More

Cuba to achieve literary award in Spain

The Cuban writer Luis Caissés Sánchez (Holguín, 1950) has just achieved the Charo González Poetry Award announced by the Leon Department, in Spain, which promotes poetry creation for children. Read More

Two Cuban voices in Spain Omara Portuondo and Eliades Ochoa

This summer Cuban rhythms will enter once again into the Spanish stages. They arrive with the voices and the chords of two true icons: diva Omara Portuondo and Eliades Ochoa, virtual ambassadors of a music that has a universal breath, which Spanish and African roots are expanded with the sensuality of the Caribbean. Read More

New Monument in Spain to Che Guevara

A monument to Che Guevara featuring a sculpture based on the famous photo taken by Alberto Korda was inaugurated in the city of Oleiros, Spain. Read More

Cuba's Foreign Trade Minister Raul de la Nuez Attends Expo Zaragoza 2008

Cuba's Foreign Trade Minister Raul de la Nuez kicked off Thursday a visit to the Expo Zaragoza 2008 with a meeting with local mayor Juan Alberto Belloch Julbe. Read More

International Contest in Spain Cuban Choir awarded

The Chamber Choir of Matanzas, conducted by Dr. José Antonio Méndez Valencia, won the Public’s prize and the third place in Polyphony at the contest ended last Sunday at Torrevieja, Spain. Read More

Famous Cuban piano player Chucho Valdes Presents the album "Canto a Dios" (Song to God) in Madrid

The album "Canto a Dios" (Song to God), by famous Cuban piano player Jesus "Chucho" Valdes, was presented Wednesday in Madrid, as a tribute to the victims and survivors of Hurricane Katrina, that devastated the US city of New Orleans in 2005. Read More

Preservation of monuments in memory of Spanish pilots Mariano Barberán and Joaquín Colla

A process of conservation was applied to the monument of the Spanish pilots Mariano Barberán and Joaquín Collar, who played an aerial leading role in 1933 between Spain and this locality. Read More

The Famous Spanish Architect Rafael Moneo in Old Havana

The famous Spanish architect Rafael Moneo Vallés left open the possibility to place one of his pieces in the Historical Center of the Cuban capital. Read More

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