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In Matanzas, Cuba: New Tourist Options

The Bellamar Cave, in the Cuban western province of Matanzas, offers new options to domestic and foreign tourists. Read More

Cuba: Homage to French Scientist Concludes

<div> The force of the laws of rational pasturage was highlighted in a scientific event, conceived to pay tribute to French scientist Andre Voisin, author of relevant texts on the topic. </div> Read More

One Million Tourists Expected in Varadero, Cuba

Cuban Tourism Ministry (MINTUR) officials expressed on Tuesday their confidence that Varadero, the Island’s main beach resort, will close this year with the reception, for the first time, of one million visitors. Read More

Cuba Talks about Theater for Children

The importance of making good theater addressed for children and that mark the infantile spirit, were core issues in the debates of the 6th Day of Cuban Dramatic Art that concludes recently in Matanzas, Cuba. Read More

VI Event of Cuban playwright

The VI Event of Cuban playwright, sponsored by the Center of Documentation and Research from the Israel Moliner Rendón Staging Arts, the El Retablo Gallery and the CPAE, is taking place in Matanzas from November 9th to 13th, dedicated to theater for children and to the authors Freddy Artiles, Gerardo Fulleda León and René Fernández Santana (2007 National Theater Award). Read More

Varadero Ready to Receive One Million Tourists in 2008

Varadero, Cuba’s main tourist resort located in Matanzas province , some 120 kilometers East of Havana, is ready to receive – for the first time - one million tourists in a year.<br /> Read More

Tribute at the Sauto theatre to a famous Cuban dramatist

The presentation in this city of the play Epitafio para un zapato vivo, by the theatre group Teatro D Sur, was a pretext to pay tribute to Pedro Vera, director of the group. Read More

The organizing commission of the 2nd Varadero Jam Session Jazz Festival decided to cancel

The organizing commission of the 2nd Varadero Jam Session Jazz Festival decided to cancel the event due to the difficult weather situation facing the province of Matanzas and the country after the passage of hurricane Ike. Read More

Cuba: Discipline in Facing Hurricane Ike

Cuban Vice President Esteban Lazo called on state-run institutions and the population to get ready and act with discipline to face what he described as a extremely dangerous Hurricane Ike. Read More

In Cuba Jazz players in Varadero Jam Session Festival

Jazz players from Venezuela, Argentina, the Netherlands and Nigeria will cheer up the coming Varadero Jam Session Festival from next September 11 to 14, in tribute to the 35th anniversary of the Iraquere band, founded by the piano player Jesús “Chucho” Valdés.<br /> Read More

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