Cuba exceptional values ​​for: World Heritage and Dignity Award (+ Photos)

By Lázaro David Najarro Pujol/Contributor

July 2021.- The island of Cuba has enough exceptional universal values ​​to be declared a World Heritage Site and Prize of Dignity.

Despite the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States of America for more than six decades, the largest of the Antilles against winds and hurricanes has preserved its architectural, natural heritage and the sovereignty that is to preserve its cultural roots and its history.

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To highlight a city where ceramics are heritage (+ Photos)

Camagüey, Cuba, Jul 2.- Due to the efforts of a group of members of the Agramontina branch of the Cuban Association of Artisan Artists (ACAA), among others, the journalistic compilation La piel redjiza del Camagüey enriches the historical memory of the organization. The ceramics, heritage of the city.

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Cuba, tangible and intangible heritage: culture is the shield and sword of the nation (+ Photos)

By Lázaro David Najarro Pujol/Contributor

June, 2021.- To the architectural and natural treasure of the first eight villas founded by the Spaniards in Cuba more than five centuries ago, other cities are also added that enrich the heritage of a nation in which culture is the shield and sword of the largest island in the Antilles.

The charms of Baracoa, Bayamo, Trinidad, Sancti Spíritus, Camagüey, Santiago de Cuba, Havana and Remedios, the latter city north of the province of Villa Clara, are also appreciated in Guantánamo, Holguín, Bayamo, Puerto Padre, Ciego de Ávila , Santa Clara, Cienfuegos, Matanzas and Pinar del Rio.

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Heritage and creative industries: a new path towards local development in Camagüey (+ Photos)

Camagüey, Cuba, Apr 26.- The enhancement of cultural heritage in favor of the socioeconomic development of a locality, in addition to being one of the premises of creative industries around the world, strengthens structures and facilitates the communication of social values. Leer más de esta entrada

In Camagüey 9th Conference on Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

Camagüey, Cuba, Apr 13.- Celebrate diversity and with it the common heritage of people, ranging from language to religious beliefs that make up identities, is the call of the Office of the Historian of the City of Camagüey (OHCC) through the historical-cultural links of the peoples of the Caribbean with Cuba.

Scheduled from May 19 to 21, 2021, the 9th Conference on Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development will be held, which will occupy the virtual stage dedicated to making visible the contributions of different geographical regions in shaping the culture of Camaguey and Cuba in a general sense.

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The guardian of time (+ Photos)

Camagüey, Cuba, Feb 23.- Meisel Marrero Fernández is not a young man of coffee, at least that impression I got when, accompanied by a cappuccino, he decided to tell me some of his passions.

Graduated as an Art Instructor in the specialty of Theater, it was not the path of the boards that determined his walk; he turned a hobby into a profession to ensure that the time of many is always accurate. Leer más de esta entrada

Outstanding heritage conservation work is awarded in Camagüey

Camagüey, Cuba, Feb 4.- For his relevant contributions to the city’s heritage from Architecture and Urbanism in this mid-thousand-year-old city, Dr. Henry Mazorra Acosta received the Fulgencio Arambula Public Alarife Award, a prize awarded every February by the Office of the Historian of the City of Camagüey (OHCC) in the context of the anniversary of the demarcation.

For this award, the jury of the same had among the indicators to assess the materialization of architectural and urban projects, as well as the work for the development and consolidation of a meritorious economic, political and cultural management. Leer más de esta entrada

Historian’s Office for a tangible and intangible heritage in Camagüey

By Claudia Artiles Díaz/Radio Camagüey

February, 2021.- The City of the Tinajones, one of the first seven towns founded on the Island, was blessed by the fertility of its lands, the beauty of its countryside, the hospitality of its inhabitants and the infinite cultural world that charges from here life since that February second.

The patrimony and the protection of the same was a task of order for the inhabitants of this region who, 507 after its foundation, encourage projects for the economic, material, spiritual and cultural development of the Camagüey city. Leer más de esta entrada