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Highest Waterfall in Cuba a not very well-known place

First, there is the sound of water falling; next a tourist guide saying, "This way." The stairs to the viewing platform have an imposing presence, and there is no choice but to climb them to discovery immensity. Read More

In Venezuela Cuban Women Band Caribe Girls

The International Womens Day was celebrated in Caracas with good Cuban music performed by Cuban women band Caribe Girls, who surpassed all expectations, according to the local media. Read More

International Encounter to Celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the First Contact with Cuba by Ernest Hemingway

As part of the activities of cultural tourism, there will be an international encounter to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the first contact of US writer Ernest Hemingway with Cuba. Read More

Spanish Hotel Group Barcelo is to increase its presence in Cuba's tourism

Spanish Hotel Group Barcelo is to increase its presence in Cuba's tourism, with the building of 5,000 new leisure facilities, a digital report on Caribbean News indicated Tuesday. Read More

Dedicated the Families of the Cuban Five New Web Page

A new page web dedicated to the mothers and sisters of the five Cuban prisoners wrongfully held in the United States for fighting against terrorism was inaugurated by the International Committee for the Freedom of these patriots, in homage to International Womans Day. Read More

Cuba Already has 106 Tickets for the Olympic Games Beijing 2008.

With the third classificatory place in Cali, Colombia, achieved by the taekwondo pactitioner Mirna Echeverría, Cuba already has 106 tickets for the Olympic Games Beijing 2008. Read More

New Editions for Book on Fidel in Chinese

The book "One Hundred Hours with Fidel," in which the Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro responds to French-Spanish writer and journalist Ignacio Ramonet, will have eight other editions. Read More

Telesur TV Channel Jury of a Documentary Film Festival in Santiago de Cuba

The Telesur TV channel aims to help Latin American nations to rediscover each other and boost regional unity, said representatives of the network participating on the jury of a documentary film festival in Santiago de Cuba. Read More

Guanahacabibes: A Rural Region and Savage for the Tourism in Cuba

During last year the work of the Office for the Integral Development of Guanahacabibes Peninsula was mainly directed to the creation of the necessary conditions to develop nature tourism in the region, taking into account its attractive flora, fauna and sea. Read More

Open New House in Cuba of the Benedictines

The abbot of the Congregation of the Benedictines of Saint Ottilien, Father Jeremias Schroder, said the religious order will open a new house in Cuba by the end of the year in response to a request from the Archbishop of Havana, Cardinal Jaime Ortega y Alamino. Read More