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Havana residents enjoy summer streets

"La Rampa" or 23rd Street, from the seawall near movie theatres and the famous Coppelia ice cream park all the way up to the corner of 23rd and 12th Streets, is always crowded. The dancing spots encourage friendships and romance with Cuban, Caribbean and Latin American musical rhythms everywhere. Read More


Summer book fair in Havana: reading in the Prado

Thousands of Cubans of all ages attended this gathering to promote literature and many other forms of arts Read More

Klasen, the critical seducer at the National Museum of Fine Arts.

This summer showcase Obras 1965-2006 gathers 29 paintings and 20 photographs in the lower story of the National Museum of Fine Arts. Read More

Danza Contemporánea de Cuba on Stage

Season in the Gran Teatro de La Habana (Havama Grand Theatre) through the world premiere of Demo- /Crazy , paying a tribute to the Vitier-García family. Read More

Cinema Plaza 2007: Homage to Pablo, Massip, and Piard

Competing works, in different genres make up a catalogue that covers from fiction to the documentary, experimental videos in the different variants of the video clip, advertisements and animation and in the fields dedicated to cinema and with the inclusion, in the contest of unpublished scripts Read More

Havana Carnival awards

Sunday brought the closing Carnival celebration that typically included the big float drives, lots of musicians playing on stages, congas and comparsas in the streets. Read More

Cubas National Botanical Garden in full swing

Six hundred hectares dedicated to the most varied flora allow the visitor to get a closer look at some of the worlds extensive variety of plants Read More


Havana Carnival opens with Childrens Parade

Childrens carnival director Omar Piedra told ACN news that choreographers and designers have put together a varied parade with a large representation of traditional carnival musician and dance ensembles and a constant movement from beginning to end. Read More

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