Radio Cadena Agramonte
Tuesday, December 12, 2017

About Camagüey


  • UJC Congress to Strengthen the Role of Youth in Society

    UJC Congress to Strengthen the Role of Youth in Society

    By Dainerys Torres Núñez/Radio Cadena Agramonte

    The Cuban youth has been convened again to the greatest event of their organization,  the 10th Congress of the Young Communist League (UJC), to take place on 18 and 19 July of 2015.

  • Francisco Rivero, an Authority in Radio Announcing

    Francisco Rivero, an Authority in Radio Announcing

    Over 50 years of his life linked to radio broadcasting are enough to see in Francisco Rivero a man who fully devoted himself to work. He found in journalism and radio announcing the main motivations of his life. He was also an excellent teacher. Firstly, he taught English language, shorthand and typ…
  • Privileges of Being a Child in Cuba

    Privileges of Being a Child in Cuba

    By Dayana Cardona González / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Children are the world’s hope, said once José Martí, and as such they are seen in Cuba, a country in which a child enjoys many privileges.

  • Cuba Woman Joined the American Civil War

    Cuba Woman Joined the American Civil War

    Havana, Cuba, Aug 26.- Few Americans know that some 150 years ago a Cuban woman named Loreta Janeta Velazquez, wore men clothes to be able to fight in the US 1861-1865 American Civil War for the Confederate States.

  • Nicolás Guillén: “I’m Coming from Far and Remain here with My People”

    Nicolás Guillén: “I’m Coming from Far and Remain here with My People”

    By Yolanda Ferrera Sosa / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    In the early days of this month, Nicolás Guillén used to come back to his home town Camagüey, to celebrate among friends and relatives his birthday on July 10th.

  • Interpreting Camagüey

    Interpreting Camagüey

    By Yolanda Ferrera Sosa/Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    One of the buildings escorting the Ignacio Agramonte Park - in the urban historic core of the city of Camagüey, proclaimed a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO- is what at the time of the Spanish colony was considered to be the highest building in the village: the Edificio Collado, placed on Marti Street, between Cisneros and Independencia Streets.

  • Banishing Gender-related Violence from our Lives

    Banishing Gender-related Violence from our Lives

    By Jessica Castillo Nápoles/ Radio Cadena Agramonte

    Violence against women shows up in many ways from the subtlest forms up to its extreme: death. It is everywhere, regardless of nationality, or anything else. Consequences are disastrous, so the efforts to face it are also in crescendo.

  • Women with Rights: A Look to Today’s Cuba

    Women with Rights: A Look to Today’s Cuba

    By Tay Toscano Jerez / Radio Cadena Agramonte   

    Ensuring the most fundamental human rights is an effective way to counteract the most varied forms of violence that might occur.

  • Cuban Gastronomy Delights Food and Drinks Festival in Angola

    Cuban Gastronomy Delights Food and Drinks Festival in Angola

    Luanda, Nov 1st.-  With the statement that the sincerest passion is the love for food, Cuban gastronomy conquers the palate at the First Festival of Food and Beverage in Angola, where guests recognize today that that Caribbean country has a culinary art of excellence.

  • Among the Cuban People There are many Camilos (+ Photo Gallery)

    Among the Cuban People There are many Camilos (+ Photo Gallery)

    Camagüey, Oct 28.- The phrase once Cuban leader Fidel Castro said "Among the people there are many Camilos" names the monumental complex by 2008 National Fine Arts Award winner José Villa Soberón which was unveiled today in Camagüey to honor Revolutionary guerrilla leader Camilo Cienfuegos.