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The Colonial Fortresses of Cuba

The Cuban archipelago, one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in the Caribbean, benefits from a national scenario rich in history from the Spanish colonial period. Read More

Important Cultural Changes in Alamar, Neighborhood of the Havana.

In 1996 began a communitarian research undertook by a multi-disciplinary group integrated by professors, graduates from Higher Education in different subjects and students from the Enrique José Varona Higher Pedagogical Institute. It was also undertaken by staff members from the Education Municipal Direction and members from the Presidency of the Peoples Council. Read More

It Begins Tomorrow the Congress of the Writers and Cuban Artists

In an interactive forum held Wednesday, Cuban artists agreed that to promote the interests and aspirations of a revolutionary culture should be the focus of debates during the 7th Congress of the National Association of Cuban Writers and Artists (UNEAC), to be held in Havana April 1-4. Read More

The Cuban publishing will commemorate book day with a showing of 110 books published in Braille

The Cuban publishing house Iris will commemorate book day on March 31 with a showing of 110 books published in Braille since the company was created in 1995. Read More

Roberto Fernández Retamar (Cuba) it will be sworn of the award to Critical Thinking in Venezuela

The announcement for the third edition of the Libertador Award to Critical Thinking ends in Venezuela the reception of pieces on March 31. The handing in of the award will be on July 24, informed official sources. Read More

Generate Jobs in Cuba: Mining investments

Thirty students are already selected for the geologist miner course and 10 will integrate the topographers. The opening on March 31 of a two year course to train geologist miners and another of six months for topographers is part of the impacts taking place at the northwest of the province aimed at the soon exploitation of the mineral deposits. Read More

The International Encounter of Dances in Urban Landscapes, Old Havana: A Moving City.

On this March, characterized for dedicating every year a day to theater, will be especially important on the last few days an event established more than a decade ago. The narrow streets and spaces from the oldest part of the capital will be filled this time by a returning stimulation. Read More

Professor Piero Gleijeses, of John Hopkins University: "Cuba Is A Pearl In The History Of Africa"

Piero is an obstinate researcher who needs official documents of all involved in that epoch to defend "the exploits of this small island, because in a world with so much hostility and lies against Cuba one cannot count only on interviews because they would say that you were narrating falsehoods". Read More

Cuban play writer Amado del Pino will present his play in Spain in 2010 dedicated to Miguel Hernández

The Cuban play writer Amado del Pino(image)announced here that he will present his play Reino dividido (Divided kingdom) in Spain in 2010, during the tributes in memory of the hundredth anniversary of the birth of the writer Miguel Hernández (1910-1942). Read More

The Childrens Theatre Group "La Colmenita" to Participate in The Tenth World Festival of Children's Theatre.

La Colmenita to Participate in World Festival of Children s Theatre The Tenth World Festival of Childrens Theatre will be held in Moscow from July 17 to 25 under the motto «Children Performing for Children.» Read More

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