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The Servando Cabrera Moreno Museum-Library re-opened its doors

More than 70 pieces that show all of the splendor and achievements of the Cuban visual artist Servando Cabrera Moreno (1923-l981) are being exhibited in the re-opened Museum Library that has the name of the creator, in its new venue in El Vedado in the capital. Read More

House of Africa: 21 years promoting cultural roots

At one of the colonial houses in Obrapía street, Old Havana, number 157, where used to be a tobacco warehouse and a commercial center by the end of the 19th century, arose the House of Africa 21 years ago, a historical center belonging to Havana's Historian Office. Read More

New Havana Club rum factory opens

A new Cuban rum distillery has been inaugurated - the product of a joint venture between Cuban rum maker Havana Club and the French business group Pernod Ricard, the second largest distributor and trader of beverages and spirits in the world. Read More

Statue in Cuba's capital brings strokes of luck

In Cuba's capital, there's a new custom: to stroke the sculpture of the "Gentleman from Paris." Read More

Valencia Inn in Havana turns 14

The Valencia Inn, the first lodging establishment created by the Office of the Historian of the City of Havana, celebrated its 14th anniversary. The 14-room inn offers personalized services, including non-smoking rooms and cigar shops. Read More

Attractive exhibitions at the National Fine Arts Museum

With attractive exhibitions coming from Spanish painter Joaquín Sorolla, Cubans Rocío García and Nelson Domínguez and the French artist Gérard Fromanger, the National Fine Arts Museum (MNBA), opens the 2007 Read More

KPL series features Cuba, Malta

Greg Vincent of Goligers Travel Plus will explore the western-most province of Cuba, Pinar del Rio and the bustling city of Havana. Read More

New water pipe factory opens in Havana

Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage officially opened Cubas second high-density hydraulic pipe factory located in the capital on Wednesday. Lage explained that the facility, known as Hidroplast, will contribute to the countrys waterworks infrastructure, especially in water conservation by replacing old pipes. Read More

Hugo de Sotos art in Havana

The first exhibition of the works of Hugo de Soto (1928) in his native Cuba brings together recent and other works from the City Museum collection.According to City Historian Eusebio Leal, at the inauguration of this diverse display, "there is no better place than this cloister of San Francisco, the birthplace of important things for Cuba, and which is now a temple to art and high culture. Read More

Havana: a major tourist destination in Cuba

The Cuban capital, which has a population of two million, is a major tourist destination in the country. According to official statistics, nearly 50 percent of foreign vacationers who visited the Caribbean Island this year chose the Cuban capital, as well as Varadero and Jardines del Rey (King's Gardens), as their favorite destinations in the country. Read More

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