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From the bullfighting era to the Moncada Barracks: new MMFA exhibition explores a century of Cuban history in pictures

In its cutting-edge exhibition ¡Cuba! Art History from 1868 to Today, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts takes a close look at Cubas national history. The show aims to give the viewer a glimpse into the realities of a Cuban guajiro, slave, or revolutionary by the time she exits the gallery. Read More

Cuba Protects Biodiversity from the Bay of Cádiz to Los Caimanes National Park.

Studies to assess the situation of the biodiversity throughout the Cuban archipelago are part of an official strategy aimed at promoting sustainable development. Read More

Cuban political prisoners arrive to Spain

An elderly man rests in front of a poster of Cuba's ailing president Fidel Castro in Havana on February 15. Four Cuban political prisoners freed by Havana arrived in Spain on Sunday, a Spain-based Cuban dissident told Read More

The China Central Television (CCTV) opened three channels in Cuba.

Cuban and Chinese officials said the two countries will further their cooperation and make TV programs a bridge of understanding and friendship between the Cuban and the Chinese peoples. Read More

On Tuesday, February 26, Havana will see the opening of the 7th Showcase of New Filmmakers

The festival, of course, is much more than a competition. Its program includes several screening cycles, lectures, master classes, debate sessions and poster showings. Read More

Claudio Magris, the Italian academic and writer at the Cuban's Book Fair.

One of the most important personalities at the XVII International Book Fair is the Italian academic and writer Claudio Magris. Magris was graduated from Germanist at the Turin University, an institution in which he was permanent professor of German Language and Literature. Read More

"Ofelias", written by Aida Bahr, awarded the Alejo Carpentier Prize 2007 in the Short Story category.

Very few books written in Cuba reveal an in-depth analysis of womens inner world within her family and her daily environment as does the book entitled "Ofelias", written by Aida Bahr (image), awarded the Alejo Carpentier Prize 2007 in the Short Story category. Read More

The Boloña Publishing House, will be present at the International Book Fair 2008.

The Boloña Publishing House, attached to the Heritage Division of the Havana Historians Office, will be present at the International Book Fair 2008 with an attractive proposal. The publishing house, which started its operations in the 1990s, is in charge of this institutions publications. Read More

Cabaret: One of the most eagerly awaited Cuban stage productions.

One of the most eagerly awaited Cuban stage productions, Cabaret, will have its preview in various cities nationwide, directed by Master Tony Díaz and performed by the theatre group Mefisto Teatro. Read More