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Cuba: Cultural Options for Tourism

Cuba's tourism industry, one of the fastest-growing sectors in the Caribbean Island's economy, benefits from unique traditional sun and beach attractions, which are complemented by the country's history, culture and traditions. Read More

Children from Cuba, Canada and the United States draw on the environment

Children from the United Status of America, Canada and Cuba are proclaiming their defense of the environment in the paintings that are being exhibited in the Larios gallery-workshop, from this city. Read More

Los Van Van's the Legendary Cuban Group, Latest CD Now on Sale

Arrasando, the most recent production by the legendary Cuban group Los Van Van, is already at the disposal of the Cuban public, as well as that of fans in Puerto Rico, the United States and Italy, where its presentation was made simultaneously. Read More

77 low voltage areas have been eradicated in Villa Clara, Cuba

A total of 77 low voltage areas have been eradicated in Villa Clara in these first two months of the year. The continued program of networks rehabilitation is part of the Energy Revolution underway in Cuba. <br />   Read More

Honduran President Concludes Working Visit to Cuba

Cuban President Raul Castro bid farewell evening to his Honduran counterpart, Jose Manuel Zelaya Rosales, who concluded a three-day working visit to Cuba after participating in the 11th International Encounter of Economists on Globalization and Development Problems that is underway in the Cuban capital. Read More

Santiago de Cuba: More than 25 pieces in the Santiago Álvarez Documentary Festival

More than 25 Cuban and foreign movie pieces will compete in the city of Santiago de Cuba, from March 8th to 13th in the 10th Santiago Álvarez In Memoriam International Documentary Festival. Read More

Fiji President Favors Cooperation with Cuba

Fijian President Ratu Josefa Iloilovato advocated Thursday for expanding cooperation with Cuba as he welcomed Cuban ambassador Jose Luis Robaina.<br /> Read More

Cuban literature to be inserted in the net of networks

Cuban Literature is being slowly inserted in Internet despite the technical difficulties and stemming from experiences in the provinces of the island, declared the colloquium Pasar revista: las revistas culturales (To review: cultural magazines). Read More

Young Cuban musicians at the Kart Marx Theatre Hall

Cuban musicians X Alfonso, Kelvis Ochoa, David Torrens and Descemer Bueno will be together for the first time in a concert dedicated to the children and youth this week end at the Karl Marx Theatre Hall in Havana. Read More

Pablo Armando Fernández, one of the most important Cuban writers and his eight decades

As if by coincidence, Pablo Armando Fernández, one of the most important Cuban writers of our times completed last Monday his eighth decade of life, with a medullar presence in national culture and much light outside of our borders. Read More