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Bohío and Batey

Bohío is the name of the Cuban typical house heritage of the most developed culture among the aboriginal groups in the country. Batey is the term that denominated the settlement where the bohios were built. Both are still part of the rural life in the country. Read More

The City of Moron

The city of Moron located at the north coast of the central province of Ciego de Avila is represented by the sculpture of a big rooster. Many other values keep this place of Cuba. The architecture is a mixture of the past and present times, the elegance of its carriages, its natural jewels and of course, its history and its people. Read More

Roble de Olor, a cuban film, recieves an award.

Cuban film maker Rigoberto López received the DIKALO award for the best fiction film of the 2006 Cannes Pan-African Festival. Read More

Che Documentary wins Festival

Cuban film "San Ernesto Nace en la Higuera" was awarded the best foreign documentary at the Icaro Central American Film and Video Festival. Read More

Notable cuban presence at Venezuelan Book Fair

The Second International Venezuelan Book Fair 2006 (FILVEN) gets underway Thursday in Caracas with a large presence of literature and writers from Cuba, this years special guest Read More

Thai boxer Manus cleans up his act, eyes gold

Thailand's wayward boxer Manus Boonjumnong is a reformed character and is determined to win an Asian Games gold after a two-year absence from the ring. Read More

Cubans prove too strong for Taiwan at volleyball meet

Cuba, three-time Olympic champions, outgunned underdog Taiwan 25-21, 25-20, 25-14 at the women's world volleyball championships yesterday in Nagoya. Read More

Venezuelan trade with Cuba is to grow 20 percent

Venezuela-Cuba trade this year will amount to USD 1.2 billion, excluding Venezuelan oil sales to the island, which represents a 20 percent increase compared to 2005, according to Venezuelan Government estimations. Read More

Not just tourists bring more than luggage to Cuba

Some travellers from Ontario and Alberta have been bringing more than just tourist dollars to countries such as Cuba " they're also packing badly needed medical supplies. Read More

World War Correspondents meet in Cuba

The 5th World Meeting of War Correspondents is winding up in this capital on Friday, after two days of exchanging experiences on the role of press informing military conflicts. Read More