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Since the early years in the last century, at the entrance to the Marianao municipality in Havana, next to the Zanja-Marianao railroad, stood Villa Mina, a beau... More

Famous people’s first impressions of Cuba: Jacinto de Salas

Spanish historian and poet Jacinto de Salas’, in his journal Travels or Viajes, published in Madrid in 1841 and reprinted in 1964 by Consejo Nacional de Cultu... More

Cuban entertainment legends: Celina González Zamora

Celina González Zamora was born on 16 March 1929, in Jovellanos, Matanzas was a Cuban singer-songwriter, who specialized in traditional music of the Cuban coun... More

Havana’s Capitol Building

Cuba's capital, famous for its five-century history, is also well known for its variety of architectural styles and especially for its Capitol building or El Ca... More

Cuban entertainment legends: Rosita Fornés

Rosita Fornés was born in New York, USA, on February 11, 1923. She was brought to Cuba by her Catalonian-born parents when she was 2. Her true name is Rosalia ... More

The Manzana de Gómez in Old Havana

Manzana de Gómez or Gómez Block, is a 20th-century structure in Havana, and it was the first shopping mall in Cuba. It is 5 stories tall. It was built by Jos... More

Cuban entertainment legends: Silvio Rodríguez

Singer song writer Silvio Rodríguez was born on the 29th. of November 1946 in San Antonio de los Baños, south of Havana. Silvio has been correctly deemed to b... More

The National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana

The National Museum of Fine Arts of Havana or el Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana in Old Havana is a museum of Fine Arts that exhibits both Cuban and... More

Cuban entertainment legends: all-female Anacaona orchestra

Formed in 1930s Havana, the all-girl orchestra Anacaona achieved world-wide popularity. Cuchito Castro, and eventually her 11 sisters, took on the male-dominate... More

History of Havana’s Great Theater

The “Gran Teatro de La Habana” is one of the most important Latin American cultural institutions. In the middle of the XVIII century Cuba was a Spanish poss... More

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