Camagüey Ready for Culture Week

Camagüey Ready for Culture Week

Culture

Prensa Latina

The best of the arts, traditions of one of the cities with more history in Cuba, is ready from Tuesday to honor the 505th anniversary of the town in the Week of Camagüeyana Culture.

After a press conference offered by its organizers, it was known the event begins on February 1 with a series of theoretical and cultural events in parks and squares, especially those located in the area declared a World Heritage Site, by Unesco. Yorkis Rios, Vice President of the Provincial Assembly of People's Power, said that the projections 'are to develop a program where culture leads us to raise dialogue for knowledge', for this reason international scientific events will be held in the city. Symposium Challenges in the Management and Management of Cities, which will feature the special lecture by Dr. Eusebio Leal,Havana Historian , recently awarded the Hadrian Prize awarded by the World Monuments Fund. Important researchers such as Olga Garcia and Luis Alvarez, 2017 National Literature Prize, will also offer lectures about the rescue of ceramic pottery, related to this event, beyond the commercialization of it. The Cuban Fund of Cultural Assets Fair, 'Arte 500+', will once again exhibit the creation of Cuban artists, an event to be held along with the ExpoCam 2019 Business Fair, with new business opportunities in Camagüey, one of the regions most important for the country's economy. The Fairgrounds is the chosen site for both proposals, one of the spaces included among the 45 construction works that will be opened, and among which are also included markets, centers for medical attention, and recreational spaces. Camagüey Sound, in the city emblematic Square of Revolution, will gather prestigious exponents of dance music from Cuba. In addition, the appointment will feature the presentation of dance companies with international recognition as the Folkloric Ballet. In one of the cities whose Historical Center is the best preserved in the country, with notable architectural and urban development, activities in theaters and plazas, will include culinary contests and other educational character dedicated to children. The former village of Santa Maria del Puerto del Principe, one of the first founded by the Spaniards in the Caribbean in 1514, boasts rich traditions and sites of interest that will be adorned 'to make a program dignified of this town,' said the Office of the Historian of Camagüey Director , Jose Rodriguez.