This January 28, 167 years after José Martí's birthday, his imprint lives in each work of social benefit done by the Cuban Revolution, and is reborn in the smile of the thousands of children who inhabit this Island.
The Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGB) in Camagüey takes advantage of the potential offered by molecular biology and genetic engineering for the production of unique drugs of its kind in the world.
During these days, the people of Camagüey, habitual followers of their Baseball team, live days of fervent enthusiasm, sports passion and joy; growing more and more, because the performance of the Bulls has been flawless in this 59th National Baseball Series, being the first to classify for the grand finale.
In January 1959 a troop of young bearded men toured Cuba from the East to the West. Led by Fidel Castro, the Caravan of Freedom was the prelude to the new times that the country would live thereafter.
2019 constituted a year in which the people of Camagüey enjoyed the reopening of several works of social impact and in pursuit of the economic development of the region.
the Educator's Day is celebrated in Cuba because on the same date in 1961 after the end of the Literacy Campaign and the country was proclaimed Territory Free of Illiteracy.
December 10 marks Human Rights Day, a day declared by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948, under the premise that all humanity is free and equal.
Santiago de Cuba has a large number of museums and sites to get closer to history and its protagonists; spaces that take us to a glorious past and call for reflection on who we are today. But it is perhaps the Santa Ifigenia cemetery, founded in 1868 and considered an open-air museum, one of the most valuable, because it contains the remains of worthy men and women.
Every November 17, International Student Day is commemorated in remembrance of nine young Czechoslovakians killed in 1939 by Nazi troops, fighting for democracy, peace and social progress.
As long as there is love, altruism, solidarity and humanism, no blockade or law imposed by the Government of the United States can turn off the smile and hope in the face of any Cuban children, adolescent, or youngman.
Once, the people of Camaguey saw the departure of a plane that wrote one of the saddest events in the history of Cuba; once again, flowers reach each river in this province to honor the legendary man.
Located near the Hatibonico River and the Juan del Toro stream, adorned by the Casino Campestre trees - the largest urban park in Cuba - the Camagüey Zoo is one of the favorite spaces for local and foreign visitors to have healthy spare time.