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The Republic of Cuba and its geographic characteristics

The Republic of Cuba is an archipelago formed by the main island of Cuba with a length of 104 945 km2, the Isle of Youth with 2 200 km2 and nearly 4 200 keys and islets.<br /> Read More

Stem Cell Therapy Available in Cuba

Deputy Director of the Cuban Hematology and Immunology Institute Dr Porfirio Hernandez Ramirez said in Havana that Cuba has extended to several provinces the use of stem cells to treat patients whose circulatory problems have compromised their lower estremities. Such is the case of stroke patients and people suffering from diabetes. Read More

Zeolite Exports Grow in Holguín, Cuba

The zeolite proccessing plant of the Cuban eastern province of Holguin exported 3,000 tons of zeolite in 2008 to six countries of Europe and Latin America, showing the quality of the so-called &quot;mineral of the 20th Century&quot; in Cuba. Read More

Cuban Caribbean Theater to Stage El Venerable

Cuban Theater company Teatro Caribeño will premiere again &quot;El venerable&quot;, during the coming week, in co-production with the company Siyaj, from Guadalupe Island, inspired in a Yoruba (religion and mythology) legend with the Orishas (Yoruba gods) Orula and Eleggua as main characters. Read More

Intl ICT Figures to Attend Cuban Fair

Secretary General of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Hamadoun I. Toure, will represent his organization in the 13th Convention and Fair &quot;Informática 2009&quot; to be held at the Havana-based Convention Palace and PABEXPO fairgrounds on February 9-13. Read More

Cuba President Raúl Castro in Russia

Cuban President Raul Castro arrived in Russia Wednesday to start an official visit as of January 30, on an invitation by his peer Dmitri Medvedev.Cuba President Linking in Russia Read More

New web page from the Cuban Higher Art Institute

The new web page from the Higher Art Institute is already available for all of those who might be interested in being informed on the pedagogical and artistic work of this higher education institution. <br /> Read More

In Cuba: A new visit from the Japanese guitar player Antonio Koga

The Japanese guitar player Antonio Koga, very well known in our country for the many donations of musical instruments he has made to Cuban music schools, will be arriving in Cuba on Friday, February 6. It was also made public that a new shipment, this time consisting of thirty guitars for the same destination, is already being organized. Read More

Cubarte: three times present at the Informática 2009

The XIII Convention and International Fair Informatica 2009 that will be held in Havana from the 9th and until the 13th of coming February, will involve a triple presence of Cubarte, the Centre of Informatics of Culture. Read More

Cuba among the twenty nations committed to underwater heritage

There are only twenty nations, including Cuba, that have ratified to the start of the month the Convention on the Underwater Cultural Heritage, which began to be applied at the start of 2009. The Convention was approved in the heart of the United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organization (UNESCO) eight years ago.<br /> Read More