Images that speak for themselves of the natural beauties of Cuba reveal the look around Cuba of the Naturaleza Secreta team, whose recent expedition through the north of Camagüey, and the resulting photographs, dazzle for the riches contained in them.
Their faces confirm how much joy summer brings. At times the suffocating heat stops bothering and the enjoyment to which the summer season invites prevails, even more so if it is in a small oasis in the midst of the hectic routine of the half-millennial city.
Since June 24, Camagüey lives its San Juan. It is the most traditional cultural event in this region of Cuba, an expression of the most autochthonous values of a people that each year revives essences and customs, not exempt from the traces of time and modernity.
A colorful group of young people from Camagüey opened the parade for the International Workers' Day in the city of Camagüey and the unmistakable faces of the future and the present were followed by many others with the joy of belonging to a Homeland that always grows and is surpassed by the quality of its people.
The offers of footwear, jewelry, saddlery and textiles are, without a doubt, some of the most demanded of the National Fair of Crafts and Gifts Art for Mom.
Sport in our country has among its objectives to promote its practice in the whole town, and fundamentally children and young people; but not only that age group needs it, but also adults and older people.
A hundred years after the founding of the University Student Federation (FEU) by the unforgettable Julio Antonio Mella, many challenges are assumed by those who today form their ranks in a very different context, but which is nourished by a rich patriotic heritage.
Traffic accidents continue to cause pain in Cuban homes. The statistics will never be low or flattering while a family mourns as a result of these events, many times preventable.
Che’s footprint is in Camagüey, as in Cuba and much of the world. His legend is visible, above all, in the industrial development executed in the province after the triumph of the Revolution, but even more so in the strength of his example.
Discipline, unconditionality, rigour and organization, when it comes to taking on a task, characterize in Cuba the members of the National Union of Civilian Defense Workers (SNTCD), who let the feeling of feeling combatants feel even if they don’t wear the uniform.
The heat is perceived in Cuba throughout the year, but undoubtedly in July and August the thermometers reach values that translate into sweat and tiredness in the body; Fans, umbrellas or a refreshing drink occupy many scenes of everyday life at this time of summer.
"I see the press playing a very important role in raising morale and in preserving all the sacred values of our people, in denouncing, in combat, in the fight against all things wrongly done (...) Who can educate more than the press”.