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Agri fair includes cultural activities at Pinar del Río province

An agricultural, commercial and gastronomic fair is to be held December 30 at Pinar del Rio, it is part of the activities for the new year's eve, reported Luis Homero Fernández Camejo, vice-president of the Provincial Administration Council.<br /> Read More

Cuban Culture Promotes Jardines del Rey

The most recent carnival at Jardines del Rey (King's Gardens), a distinctive event taking place in the famous tourist destination located north of the province of Ciego Ávila, stood out for the authenticity of the Cuban cultural performances. Read More

Cuba and the Great Challenges of 2009

As the difficult and tense year of 2009 is coming to an end, this Caribbean island recalls the past twelve months during which Cubans, despite all difficulties, were able to confront the challenges, maintaining the social achievements which have turned the nation into a regional and international point of reference. Read More

Old Havana, a vital focus of Cuban Culture

Havana historical centre has been very active in 2009 with events dedicated to many countries’ culture and the celebrations of the 490th anniversary of the city, with a hundreds restored works. Read More

First International Workshop of Engraving Graphic-K underway at Santiago de Cuba city

Creative workshops, master classes and talks about the development of the existing artwork are taking place at the First International Workshop of Engraving Graphic-K. Read More

Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez thanked Cuba for its social support

Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez thanked Cuba for the support and advice provided by experts from the island to social programs promoted by the Bolivarian government. Read More

Cuban Five Given Education Award

Politburo Member and President of the National Assembly of the People’s Power Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada, gave the Five’s relatives the award, at a ceremony that paid tribute to Cuban teachers of Higher Education at the José Martí Memorial at the <br /> Revolution Square. Read More

Rancaño´s Abrazos prohibidos in the acute world

One of the exhibitions that were open during the days of the Movie Festival is Abrazos prohibidos by the very talented visual artist Ernesto Rancaño (Havana, September 1968), an exhibition which is somewhat away from the aesthetic measure we are used <br /> to and which may be seen in Havana Gallery, found in Vedado neighbourhood at Línea street. Read More

More than 2.4 million tourists will come to Cuba

Cuba says more than 2.4 million tourists will come to the island by the end of the year, up 3.3 percent from 2008's record, though deep discounts and shorter stays mean vacation industry revenues are down overall. Read More