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Cuban rum has no secrets

The history of Cuban rum is as old as colonization itself, given that is a product extracted from sugar cane, which was brought to the island by Christopher Columbus on his second voyage to this continent. Read More

Big Concert in Santiago de Cuba City

Singer songwriters from Cuba and other countries will perform for 12 hours in this eastern Cuban city, during an international festival to honor Jose Pepe Sanchez, one of the country's major composers. Read More

Cuba Prioritizes Actions to Control and Prevent HIV/AIDS

Cuba’s priorities to reduce infection risks are the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS and the improvement of people’s quality of life. Read More

Cuban Van Van Honored at Film Festival

The 11th Santiago Alvarez in Memoriam International Festival of Documentaries began its last of a three-day thick agenda in which this Film genre once again came alive. Read More

A memorial house dedicated to Vilma Espín to be inaugurated in Santiago de Cuba

A museum dedicated to the revolutionary work of Vilma Espín Guillois will be inaugurated on April 7 in Santiago de Cuba, announced Carolina Aguilar, member of the National Committee of the Cuban Women Federation (FMC in Spanish). Read More

The Santiago Alvarez in Memoriam Documentary Festival: already in Full Swing

The 11th edition of the Santiago Alvarez in memoriam International Documentary Festival was inaugurated in this city, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Cuba’s Film Library and of the Latin American Newsreel of the Cuban Film Institute (ICAIC), declared as Memory of the World by UNESCO. Read More

Primavera Documentaries

The Santiago Álvarez Office from the Cuban Institute of Art and Cinema presented the project named Primavera Documentaries. Project which aims to promote artistic aptitudes towards that genre on children and youngsters of the community. Read More

French Businessmen Interested in Expanding Bonds with Cuba

Entrepreneurs from the French city of Mortagne-au- Perche and its mayor Jean-Claude Lenoir held several meetings today with a Cuban representation to expand business ties with the island. Read More

Cuba’s Int’l Documentary Festival Dedicated to Brazil

A large delegation of prestigious Brazilian filmmakers and movie critics will participate in the International Documentary Festival Santiago Alvarez in memoriam dedicated this year to their country and to be held in this eastern city of Cuba from March 8 to 13. Read More

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