Radio Cadena Agramonte
Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Opinion / Photo stories


  • The last vote of Fidel

    The last vote of Fidel

    Was Sunday 3 February 2013, and I was assigned the coverage of the electoral college No.1, 13, 13 Constituency, Plaza of the Revolution. Other times I had already touched that place, the electoral college of Fidel.

  • Faces that know how to love

    Faces that know how to love

    For the first time, this 20 November marks the World Day of Children. And although more than one date International is dedicated to them; this new day, which until then celebrated the signing of the Convention on the Rights of the Child; it seeks to make them real actors, fostering intergenerational dialog and open spaces for their participation in social life.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Camagüey stands with all its forces

    Camagüey stands with all its forces

    In the province of Camagüey is increasing the movement of the recovery, with concrete actions to give vitality to the territory, restore basic services of electricity, water and food supplies to the population; the recovery of crops, the use of crops and the revival of the production of milk and eggs.

  • Camagüey stands with all its forces

    Camagüey stands with all its forces

    In the province of Camagüey is increasing the movement of the recovery, with concrete actions to give vitality to the territory, restore basic services of electricity, water and food supplies to the population; the recovery of crops, the use of crops and the revival of the production of milk and eggs.

  • When Irma lashed out at Camagüey

    When Irma lashed out at Camagüey

    Irma is not a name that is liked today in Camagüey, but as the cyclone 32 in Santa Cruz, also this will be an unforgettable one. In fact, since 1932 a hurricane had never touched Cuban soil with category five. This time it was not to the South, but the North, exactly in Romano Cay, in the municipality of Esmeralda, where the night of September 8, the wind beat strong, very strong, and then devastated.

  • Day of Joy, for the future of Cuba

    Day of Joy, for the future of Cuba

    Last August 29, a tornado struck with its destructive force a portion of the oldest area of the ancient city of Camagüey; this September 4, a new tornado, of hope, joy and certainty in the future, shook from one end to another to the legendary city and to the Agramonte´s province, with laughter, of the adolescent and young people, when the centers at all levels of education filled their classrooms.