Longing for Holguin

  • Written by Carlos Rafael
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Read more ...Holguín, recognized as a city in 1752, erects its most recognizable symbols between Libertad and Maceo streets: the park circuit that is crowned with Loma de la Cruz. In addition, its urban circuit has been extended by adding new architectural icons such as the Calixto García Stadium.

Slippery climb

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Read more ...Ability, intelligence and resistance are qualities required for those who decide to participate in the Palo Ensebado competition. It is not easy to climb to the end. In the first moments the climb becomes difficult because of the slippery of the climb and the height of the beam.

The 25 Anniversary of Codanza

  • Written by Carlos Rafael
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The Codanza Company, of Holguín, turned 25 this year, considered by the specialized critics as one of the best performing companies in the country, which also carries the fate of geographical fatalism.

The Art of Tatoo in Holguin

  • Written by Carlos Rafael
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The tattoo is one of the most controversial body art manifestations in society, and even more in Cuba, where tattooed people can be considered marginal. The defense of the aesthetic and artistic values of the tattoo was the objective of the second edition of the Tatuarte body art project, which was held at Casa del Joven Creador of the Hermanos Saíz Association (AHS), in the city of Holguín.

The Motherland in Santa Ifigenia

  • Written by Carlos Rafael
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In the Patrimonial Cemetery of Santa Ifigenia, in the city of Santiago de Cuba, are buried some of the main heroes and martyrs of the Homeland, among them José Martí, the National Hero, Commander in Chief Fidel Castro, the Father of the Homeland, Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, and the Mother of the Nation, Mariana Grajales.