Cuban President Raul Castro arrived in Havana on Thursday after taking part in the 3rd Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, (CELAC) held in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Holguin is a city of charms recognized by residents and visitors. Each year it attracts people from various provinces and other regions of the world interested in knowing the cultural heritage of the territory, exposed through several artistic, historical and tourism events.
A photographic exhibition on the first hydroplane in the world designed by German engineer Claudio Honore Desiré Dornier is exhibited in Culture Center of the municipality of Antilla, Holguin province, as part of the activities for the 90th anniversary of this territory.
The Faculty of Medical Sciences in Holguin province is promoting the educational software on oral anesthetic techniques and oral extraction, intended to enrich the teaching-learning process from its use.
The night of January 27, Holguin youths paid tribute to José Martí with the traditional March of Torches, which was also dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Fidel admission to the University, the 10th Congress of the Young Communist League (UJC), and the return of the Cuban Five to the motherland.
The Holguin publishing house Ediciones La Luz, of the Hermanos Saiz Association (AHS) in the province, will present new books in 2015 International Book Fair and Reading to be held across the country.
The animated short film “El Camarón Encantado” (The Enchanted Shrimp) will be premiered on January 28 in Holguin, in homage to the 162 anniversary of the birth of Cuban National Hero José Martí.