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Sangre Gitana

The Group Sangre Gitana, one of the most attractive socio-cultural projects of Joaquín de Agüero House of Culture in Camagüey, is a faithful exponent of the Spanish cante jondo and flamenco.<br /> Read More

Vocal group Desandann to Haiti

Vocal group Desandann, as its name indicates descendants of Haitians, will travel from the Cuban central-eastern province of Camaguey to Haiti, to mitigate the pain and sorrow in that devastated country which has been victim of earthquakes and historical abandonment. Read More

Cuba launches green revolution around cities and towns

The government of Cuba is fighting back by going green. It is surrounding its urban areas with thousands of organic farms, as part of a five-year plan under President Raul Castro to make the country's food supply low-cost and environmentally-friendly.<br /> Read More

Mireya Luis is already a grandmother!

She is the best Cuban volleyball player of all times for many. Mireya Luis lives now a new facet of her life: it has nothing to do with sport, nor the delights of titles, or the disappointments of defeats. Read More

Cuban Restorer Receives Award

Cuban restoration master Elpidio Sed received the Fulgencio Arambula Alarife Public Architect Prize, established by the Historian's Office in Camaguey city to acknowledge the work of persons or institutions standing out for their contribution to the safeguarding and enhancing of the historical urban areas in their cities. Read More

Fire Danger in Cuba Increases

The Cuban National Forest Ranger Corps predicted an increase of fire danger in the country, due to poor rain during the last four months, said Granma newspaper on Friday. Read More

Teatro Principal celebrates its 160 anniversary in Camaguey City

In occcasion of the 160th anniversary of Teatro Principal (town's main theater) of the city of Camagüey, the plastic art exhibition &quot;1850&quot; was opened by Camagueyan artist Enrique Murga Ríos. Read More

Carmen the happiest mother in the world

A 22-meter height black doll, named Leonor, which has been exhibited in the centrally situated Plaza de los Trabajadores (Workers' Square) of the city of Camaguey since Wednesday, causes a singular attraction among locals and tourists. Read More

Eusebio Leal: Unity to Preserve Heritage

Eusebio Leal, president of the National Commission of Monuments, underlined on Monday the need and importance of collective spirit in order to preserve heritage values. Read More

Agustin Bejarano exhibits in Vueltabajo

Fine arts exponent Agustin Bejarano, opened last week at Pinar del Rio Art Museum (MAPRI) his first personal exhibit in the province entitled Horizontes Blandos (Soft Horizons). Read More

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