Radio Cadena Agramonte
Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Opinion


  • The Village of the Churches

    The Village of the Churches

    Founded over 500 years ago, the former village of Santa Maria of the Port of the Prince, present Camagüey, continues awakening its inhabitants with the sound of the bells of the churches.

  • In Camagüey, exhibition of the reproductions of the paintings of the Prado Museum

    In Camagüey, exhibition of the reproductions of the paintings of the Prado Museum

    The Prado Museum in Camagüey?, it is heard exclaim incredulous to those who walk near the Workers Square of this city.  But, it is true: reproductions of the most famous paintings of artists of the stature of Goya, El Greco, Caravaggio, Sorolla, Velázquez, Zurbarán, Murillo, Rubens and many others, belonging to the collection of the almost bicentenary Spanish Museum, considered among the most important ones and visited ones of the world, were exhibited from February 2 in the land of tinajones (a large earthenware jar).

  • Fidel in Camaguey

    Fidel in Camaguey

    Radio Cadena Agramonte shows a photo story on the visits of Commander in Chief Fidel Castro to Camagüey province, on the ocation of the aniversary 90 of the birthday of Cuban leader.

  • Fidel and Chavez, Always Present

    Fidel and Chavez, Always Present

    The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, and Commander Hugo Chavez will always be present among the peoples of ALBA and the world, because today they radiate examples, due to their advocacy in favor of the humble and the oppressed.

  • Fidel Castro always Had Strong Links with Sports

    Fidel Castro always Had Strong Links with Sports

    By RHC

    Right fielder and former member of Cuban baseball team Luís Giraldo Casanova considered the recently deceased leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, as the best sponsor of sports in Cuba.

  • Martí in Fidel: All the Glory in the World Fits in a Kernel of Corn

    Martí in Fidel: All the Glory in the World Fits in a Kernel of Corn

    The last week of January held special significance for Cubans, and indeed for the progressive men and women around the world. This year, January 25 marked the second month since the passing of Fidel Castro on November 25, 2016, while January 28 marked José Marti’s day of birth in which Cubans pay a special tribute to his legacy.

  • Oscar Lopez Rivera: Awaiting an Embrace

    Oscar Lopez Rivera: Awaiting an Embrace

    US President Barack Obama pardoned on Tuesday Puerto Rican independence leader Oscar Lopez Rivera after being unjustly imprisoned for over 30 years.  This news multiplied with the speed of modern times.

  • 60th Anniversary of the Landing of the Granma

    60th Anniversary of the Landing of the Granma

    By RHC

    Mexico played a special role in the life of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro. In Mexico, he put the finishing touches on the expedition to Cuba where he would wage the final battle for its true independence.

  • Alice Walker and Danny Glover: Fidel Inspired their Struggle

    Alice Walker and Danny Glover: Fidel Inspired their Struggle

    By Gloriadelys Wright Hernandez/ ACN

    The same ideals united US writer Alice Walker and actor Danny Glover with the leader of the Revolution Fidel Castro despite having been born in different countries and era.

  • Fidel Castro Ruz

    Fidel Castro Ruz

    By Granma

    Fidel Castro Ruz was born August 13, 1926 in Birán, in the former province of Oriente. His father, Angel Castro Argíz, the son of poor farmers in Galicia, was a landholder and sugarcane colonist. His mother, Lina Ruz González, was from a rural family in the province of Pinar del Río.