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Royal palms increase in Camaguey

About fifty three thousand Royal Palm postures were planted in 2009 in Camagüey Province as part of a program to recover Royal Palm forests.<br /> Read More

Stock of Potato Seeds increased in Ciego de Ávila

Peasants in Ciego de Ávila province are growing over a hundred potato varieties in an experimental way, with the objective of using the most suitable seeds for next sawing seasons. Read More

Successful Participation of Cuba at Paris MAP

Rhythms and the excellence of a Caribbean island that together with sunshine and beaches it offers a rich heritage were the keys of success of Cuban participation at the International Fair Le Monde a Paris (MAP).<br /> Read More

Contemporary take on Cuba's Danzón comes to Strathmore

Forget Ricky Ricardo and his rendition of &quot;Babalu.&quot; Cuba's artistic contributions are much more than a steamy evening at The Tropicana. Read More

Guach Palace, The Strangest Building of Cuba

In a central and crowded corner of the western city of Pinar del Rio, it’s located what some people consider the strangest construction of the country, the so-called Guach Palace.  Read More

Muñequitos de Matanzas Group Makes its Debut in Germany

The internationally known group Muñequitos de Matanzas performed on Thursday at the venue of the World Congress on Cuban Culture underway in Munich, Germany. Read More

Raul Castro Visits Santiago de Cuba Due to Seismic Situation

Cuban President Raúl Castro presided over the Provincial Defense Council of Santiago de Cuba and toured seismology centers, reports Granma newspaper this Monday. Read More

Culinary links between Cuba and Canada

Everything started back in Camaguey City on February 1999 when a delegation of Canadian citizens, mainly chefs, came to Cuba and tasted typical meals from Matanzas, Cienfuegos, Havana, Santiago de Cuba and Camagüey. Read More

Cuba Hosts Ballet Academies Encounter

Professors and dancers from 17 countries will take part in the 13th International Academies Encounter for the teaching of ballet from March 27 to April 10. Read More

Cuba Condemns Selective Laws Encouraging Trafficking in Human Beings

Cuba demanded at the United Nations the end of the double standard and of all selective practices or laws encouraging trafficking in human beings and that are against international law. Read More

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