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Portuguese Tour Operator Interested in Cuban Market

The Portuguese tour operator TerraCuba signed agreements with the Caribbean Island to operate tourist trips to Cuba in conjunction with the company HAVANATUR. Read More

Timorese Foreign Minister to Cuba

Hundreds Cuban collaborators are currently working in Timor Leste Timorese Foreign Minister to Cuba. Read More

The World Organization of Industrial Property (WOIP) Recognition of Cuban Environmental Stamp Announced

The World Organization of Industrial Property (WOIP) recognized Cubas Environmental Stamp in March of this year subsequent to an application by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA). With this acknowledgement, the island has made another vital step toward gaining preference for its products in increasingly competitive international trade. Read More

Legendary Cuban Boxer (Retired) Félix Savón Recalls his Boxing Career through Painting

After winning three Olympic and six World titles, which earned him the nickname of "boxeador historia" (legendary boxer), Cubas Félix Savón Fabré now has his hands set on conquering the artistic world. Read More

Artists from Six Nations at 'Mayo Teatral Event, in Cuba

Theatre companies and artists from six countries, among them the prestigious company La Candelaria, from Colombia, and Malayerba, from Ecuador, will participate in the 'Mayo Teatral event, organized by the Havana-based Casa de las Américas cultural institution. Read More

In Pinar del Río, Cuba exhibits "A homage to Joaquín Crespo Manzano"

For 50 years he has perforated wood, metal, linoleum and stone, teaching his pupils the secrets of engraving and becoming one of the most outstanding promoters of this art in Cuba during the second half of the twentieth century. Read More

The legendary ballerina Alicia Alonso still maintains her graceful way of talking and the elegant movement of her hands and head

Alicia Alonso still maintains her graceful way of talking and the elegant movement of her hands and head. Sixty years as director of the Cuban National Ballet Company, to be marked in October, have perhaps made her body less flexible, but her enthusiasm for ballet -the art discipline through which she best expresses herself- remains the same. Read More

Cuban cigar roller Jose Castelar Cairo for New Guinness Record

Cuban cigar roller Jose Castelar Cairo, known as Cueto, is rolling the longest cigar of the world to establish his fourth Guiness World Record. Read More

Philosophers Participants in the 4th International Conference on the Work will Analyze Case of Cuban Five

Participants in the 4th International Conference on the Work of Karl Marx and Challenges of the 21st Century, underway in Havana, will dedicate a special session on Tuesday to the case of five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters who remain unjustly imprisoned in the United States. Read More

Famous Cuban Ethnologist Miguel Barnet to Hold a Talk with Young Researchers at the Romerías de Mayo

There young people think about the art they are making and turn their gaze back to history to save everything that is beautiful and useful. The famous Cuban ethnologist, Miguel Barnet, president of the UNEAC, shared the session with the participants. Read More