UNESCO highlights on Wednesday in its 2019 Comparative and Explanatory Regional Study (ERCE) that the purpose of Cuba's educational system is the comprehensive training of its students, to whom it instills values such as solidarity.
With the invitation to walk through the corridors and rediscover the thousands of pieces which make up the collections, the National Museum of Fine Arts reopens its doors today in Cuba, after several months of waiting due to the Covid-19.
Forerunner of the Ministry of Culture of Cuba, Casa de las Américas seeks constant attention of Cuban, Latin American and Caribbean art, from whose beginnings its objective has been to promote and encourage the artistic development of the region's creators in the field of music, visual arts, scenic and literary through international festivals.
July 2 marks the 59th anniversary of the death of the writer and journalist Ernest Miller Hemingway (1899-1961). Author of great classics of universal literature, he continues to represent a benchmark for the new generations of novelists and readers.
Father's Day, celebrated in Cuba every year on the third Sunday of June, is a well-deserved tribute to the men who, every day, with their love and dedication to their children, are essential in the life of the family.
With applause, bravos! and numerous floral wreaths the Havana people gave the last goodbye to one of the most beloved figures of national culture, Rosita Fornés, buried this Tuesday in the family pantheon of the Colon Cemetery. The historic Martí Theater was the venue for the artist's funeral honors, in which, for decades, she starred in numerous zarzuelas, operettas and shows of other genres.
There is a saying in Cuba: “there is nothing more important than a child”. And that thought has been followed to the letter in the largest of the Antilles, since January 1, 1959, with the revolutionary victory.
Mother's Day, to be celebrated next Sunday, May 10 in Cuba, has a very special connotation for every human being, since it pays tribute to the one who gave us life, who is also the person who watches over each one of us until the end of her days.
It is no secret to anyone that the most important person in the life of every human being is the mother, who welcomes us in her womb for 9 months without protesting, despite the discomforts of the gestational state, raises us, educates us, she spends sleepless nights when we are sick and, in conclusion, she is the person who always watches over us until the time of her death.