Radio Cadena Agramonte
Saturday, February 24, 2018

Opinion


  • A Square for the art

    A Square for the art

    The Plaza del Carmen (Carmen Square) is undoubtly one of the most visited places in Camagüey by villagers and tourists. The history that wraps it, the architecture and the full-scale sculptural work raised by the artist Martha Jiménez; do of this square a charming, irresistible, forced place.

  • University of Camagüey, half a century of science and commitment (+ Photos)

    University of Camagüey, half a century of science and commitment (+ Photos)

    By Roberto Estevez Chantada/Journalism Students.                                                                                                    In the early hours of the morning the joy spread its aisles. Some come to learn what will be the dream of their lives; while others have the responsibility to lead the way.

  • Blockade of Cuba, the main obstacle to our full development

    Blockade of Cuba, the main obstacle to our full development

    By John G. Mendoza Medina/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Perhaps say this again and some of them seem to chatter or justifications to the socio-economic problems facing the country today, but what is certain is that the embargo that for more than half a century imposed by the United States against Cuba, is a reality that much affects us.

  • Camilo, smile that multiplies in the people

    Camilo, smile that multiplies in the people

    By Rolando Sarmiento Ricart/ collaborator of Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Only 27 February had met the Commander Camilo Cienfuegos Gorriaran when, after dismantling the plot of a traitor in Camagüey, departed for the unforgettable memory in light aircraft in the face of a challenging stormy sky.

  • The imperishable Camilo

    The imperishable Camilo

    To Camagüey, Camilo has a special significance. It was here where for the last time he was seen alive; he had come to deal with the betrayal of Hubert Matos, and tell this people, who loved and admired too much, that by them toward the revolution.

  • October 20: Celebration of Cuban Culture

    October 20: Celebration of Cuban Culture

    By Granma                                                                                                                                                                               October offers two important anniversaries in the history of Cuba, the beginning of the country's wars of independence and national Cuban Culture Day.

  • Of Camagüey, in black and white

    Of Camagüey, in black and white

    When in 1861 the physicist James Clerk Maxwell surprised the world with the first color photographs, many thought it would be the beginning of the great end of black and white. The interest always what is new, combined with the possibility to capture images exactly as seen by the human eye, was without a doubt a goodbye to the blue cone monochromatism.

  • La Demajagua: heart of the independence

    La Demajagua: heart of the independence

    People said that there was a lot of fog that morning and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes got up before sunrise. He came out of the first room of the house, he walked with firmness toward the outside, his footsteps were heard of mild form until it stopped and said: "Stand up. The soldier of the duty cannot allow the aurora surprised in the bed", and returned to enter.

  • Cuba and Bolivia defend the dreams of Che

    Cuba and Bolivia defend the dreams of Che

    Vallegrande, Bolivia.- With a moving ceremony, which was attended by the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales; the Cuban vice president Ramiro Valdés; the four sons of Ernesto Guevara, and guerilla fighters, was dedicated in Vallegrande a health fair, on the occasion of the 50 anniversary of the stay of Che in Bolivia.

  • Count of a crime that waits for justice

    Count of a crime that waits for justice

    This October 6 is the 41 anniversary of crime which claimed the lives of 73 innocent passengers - most of them young, because of the hatred of terrorist groups settled in the United States, which sought to punish the Cuban people by the choice of your destination: the construction of Socialism, just 90 miles from Yankee imperialism.