Camagüey, Nov 28.- The exhibition Eternal Commander is available at the Ignacio Agramonte Provincial Museum, in the city of Camagüey, in homage to the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, in the context of the fourth anniversary of his physical disappearance.
The MsC. Odalys Sánchez Cañete, director of the institution, revealed to the portal of the National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC) that the valuable sample came to them through Eusebio Leal and the Office of the Historian of Havana two years ago.
The opening of the expo also included the panel Culture in the early years of the Revolution, with the participation of Doctors of Science Luis Álvarez Álvarez, National Prize for Literature, and Olga García Yero; under the leadership of the MsC . Aracely Aguiar Blanco.
Likewise, the museologist Maileny García presented historical evidence of the support provided by the Provincial Museum to the revolutionary process, when Mario Aquiles Betancourt - at the head of the Board of Trustees - demonstrated a defined position of support for the government installed on January 1, 1959, through a public letter addressed to Fidel; Likewise, pieces were shown that were donated by the Rebel Army to the institution.
The opening of the Eterno Comandante exhibition was attended by directors of the Culture system in the province, specialists in the sector, professors from the University of Camagüey, students from the Vicentina de la Torre Academy of Arts, among others.
The exhibition is also part of the program of activities for the 65th anniversary of the Ignacio Agramonte Provincial Museum, to be commemorated on December 23. (Text and photos: Lázaro David Najarro Pujol / Radio Camagüey).