Camagüey, known as the City of the Tinajones, maintains a permanent charm in spite of its 507 years; the magic of its cobbled streets and its capricious medieval layout make it unique among the towns founded by the Spanish in Cuba.
Visitors and locals enjoy the labyrinth of old alleys, squares, and majestic churches, which, together with contemporary buildings, make up a picturesque urban landscape characterized by the juxtaposition of architectural styles developed from the colonial period of the 18th century to the present.
A fragment of its historic downtown was inscribed on the list of cities as a World Heritage Site, and it was exactly in its renowned Agramonte Park that its official proclamation was made on February 2, 2009.
The following photos show part of its urban beauty and reasons for all of us to generate greater awareness to always take care of it and feel the pride of being part of the city of Camagüey. (Maykel Torres La Rosa / Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photos: Humberto Cid González / Radio Cadena Agramonte)