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7th International Congress on Cultural Heritage: in Havana

Some 250 delegates from 14 nations, including Brazil, Colombia and Spain will attend the 7th International Congress on Cultural Heritage: Preservation and Management set for March 17th through the 21st in Havana. Read More

46 Painters Exhibit in Havana: 'Todo Almendares

The voice of the Cuban people and their culture can be easily heard these days at the Neptuno-Tritón hotel complex. Read More

Camerata Romeu and Rosa de Dos aromas, a feminist novel of Héctor Quintero in Venezuela

Rosa de Dos aromas, a feminist novel of Héctor Quintero and the Camerata Romeu, a group composed by 15 virtuous women, were part of the Cuban contribution to the vast cultural presentation last week end in Caracas, Venezuela. Read More

Famous presenter of the Cuban popular music received in Mexico City the Thomas Alba Edison distinction.

The famous presenter of the Cuban popular music, Eduardo Rosillo, received in Mexico City the Thomas Alba Edison distinction, given by the Phonographic National Association and the Mexican radio Institute. Read More

Cuba described as positive a report by the UN's Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food

Cuba described as positive a recent report by the UN's Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Jean Ziegler, regarding the current situation on the island and said it is an example of cooperation and dialogue. Read More

Electro Acoustic Music Fest in Havana began with the exhibition Digital Art for Spring

It began with the opening of the exhibition Digital Art for Spring (Arte Digital para Primavera), an exhibit of audio-visual presentations awarded in previous editions of the forum. Read More

Saturday 15 in Cuba, Terry Fox Marathon of Hope

"We intend to beat the record of 5,128 locations taking part in the Maracuba event and even have remote countryside areas participating in this race for life and against cancer," said event organizer Carlos Gatorno in a press conference today. Read More

In Ciego de Ávila Increase Services of Video Rooms

The video rooms lodging the Youth Video Clubs in Ciego de Ávila contribute not only to the shaping of the younger generations, but also to the cultural upgrading and recreation of the population in general. Read More

Latin American Integration Association Condemns US Blockade of Cuba.

The Latin American Integration Association (ALADI) issued a declaration condemning the illegal US financial, trade and economic blockade of Cuba. Read More

Alexis Diaz Pimienta and Amado del Pino Cuban Writers, Win International Awards

Cuban writers Alexis Diaz Pimienta and Amado del Pino have won two international awards granted by two renowned Spanish institutions, what shows the quality of the literature in the Caribbean island. Read More

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