Havana, real and wonderful capital of Cuba, is celebrating today the 501th anniversary of its foundation amid the fight against Covid-19 and making progress for the new normal life.Sigue leyendo
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The indicators that express the behavior and evolution of COVID-19 in Havana over the past the past several days confirm a positive evolution of the epidemiological situation, which if maintained, will allow that the province to move to phase one in the next 15 days — the first stage within the program designed for the return to normalization.
The 17th Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People’s Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP) will be held on Saturday, December 14th, in Havana.
Delegations from the member countries and guests of the Conference will attend the meeting.
Participants will commemorate the fifteenth anniversary of the founding of the Alliance, which was created on December 14, 2004, in Havana.
The ALBA-TCP is a mechanism for concertation and integration of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean that defends the principles of respect for sovereignty, solidarity, complementarity, justice, peace, and cooperation.
Cuba’s capital, Havana, celebrated 500 years of its foundation on 16 November. The city is one of Latin America’s architectural treasures, boasting a marvellous mix of colonial, Baroque and Art Deco styles. These are some of its most famous buildings and sights.
The Capitolio is one of the most visited sites in Havana. The building was built from 1926 to 1929 under the direction of Eugenio Rayneri Piedra. It is located on the Paseo del Prado, Dragones, Industria, and San José streets in the exact center of Havana.
By Gaby Roslin from The Telegraph
Now? Ask my 16-year-old and she will explain that Havana is made up of all the best eras and best countries in the world. Ask the 11-year-old and she will say: when can we go back? My husband can’t stop going on about the vintage cars and Havana’s crumbling beauty. And if you ask me, I’ll tell you that Cuba is the perfect family destination. It has got into my soul and my heart. I cannot wait to return.
Portrait of the Cuban School of Ballet, a photographic tribute to the historic Cuban National Ballet School released by Nazraeli Press, explores the characteristics that distinguish the Cuban style, its rich cultural inheritance, and legacy.
The Cuban National Ballet School in Havana is one of the largest ballet schools in the world, and one of the most prestigious. The School was established in 1962 in a collective effort financed by the revolutionary government to revive Cuba’s languishing cultural programs. Founders, Alicia and Fernando Alonso devised and codified a methodology based in the traditions of the European schools and adapted to express a Latin sensibility and aesthetic.
A Regina woman who was diagnosed with lung cancer and given a year to live says she’s now in remission thanks to a vaccine she received in Cuba.
Judy Bryden, who received the devastating diagnosis in 2016, travelled to Cuba last year to receive treatment and pick up several doses of the CIMAvax EGF vaccine. The vaccine was developed for non-small cell lung cancer, which represents up to 85 per cent of all lung cancers.
After taking the vaccine doses over several months, Bryden said a recent scan of her lungs found no cancer.
“When they told me I had a year to live, I said I was going to prove them wrong,” Bryden told CTV Regina. “I didn’t know how, but I was going to prove them wrong.”
¿Recuerdan el film “Havana”, dirigido por Sidney Pollack y protagonizado por Robert Redford? Ambientado en La Habana de los días previos al triunfo de la Revolución cubana, fue rodado íntegramente… en República Dominicana.
El fim `Havana´ y la prohibición de rodar en Cuba a cineastas de EEUU de la que la prensa se olvida
¿Por qué? Pues porque el Departamento del Tesoro de EEUU prohibió taxativamente que pudiera ser filmada en Cuba, en aplicación de las leyes de bloqueo a la Isla.
Havana, Jun 10.- The development of vaccines in Cuba against infectious diseases will be one of the subjects of the International Congress of the National Center for Scientific Research, CNIC 2015, from June 22 to 26 in Havana.
According to the organizing committee other issues of CNIC 2015 are related to health implementation of ozone, management of waste in the pharmaceutic industry, natural products to treat inflammatory and chronic diseases, as well as advances and prospects of the design of finished pharmaceutic products. Sigue leyendo