Karl Marx: Theatre for great events in Cuba

Karl Marx: Theatre for great events in Cuba

Also known as “Teatro de los grandes acontecimientos”, the Karl Marx theatre is an opportune stage to get in touch with Cuban culture and enjoy the shows that take place there. The Karl Marx is Cuba’s largest theatre and has an enormous auditorium, capable of accommodating around five thousand people. Its rooms represent a space […]

Havana Christ, blessing Cuba’s capital

Havana Christ, blessing Cuba’s capital

Esbelta and colossal, blessing the capital of all Cubans, is located on the other side of the bay the Statue of the Christ of Havana. Created in 1958 in Italy, the work of Cuban artist Jilma Madera represents the Sacred Heart of Jesus and is the world’s largest sculpture made by a woman, in Carrara […]

Martin Luther King centre: integration and defence of values

Martin Luther King centre: integration and defence of values

This Memorial Center is located in Havana under the name of the renowned American pastor Martin Luther King Jr., Nobel Peace Award laureate in 1964 for his efforts to eradicate apartheid. Heir to the ideals of the North American reverend, the center founded on April 25, 1987, is an initiative aimed at promoting values such […]

Feria del Libro: Literature Festival in Cuba

Feria del Libro: Literature Festival in Cuba

The International Feria del Libro in Havana is the most important event dedicated to literature in the country. This cultural event is held every year during the month of February, in the space offered by the emblematic Fortaleza de San Carlos de la Cabaña, located at the entrance to Havana Bay. A large number of […]

Expocuba, fun for all ages

Expocuba, fun for all ages

Cubans of all generations know Expocuba. This is a multifaceted center, with varied offers for all ages. It was inaugurated by Fidel Castro on January 4, 1989. Since then it has hosted important events every year. In this year 2017, Expocuba offered to the younger public a variety of recreational offers because of the school […]

The Morro Castle in Havana

The Morro Castle in Havana

Castillo de los Tres Reyes Magos del Morro, or “El Morro” as it is most commonly known, is the first fort you’ll come to after crossing under the harbor channel tunnel. Sitting on the point overlooking Havana’s narrow harbor channel, it was built between 1589 and 1630 and served as an important line of defense […]

Enguayabera, Alamar Cultural Center

Enguayabera, Alamar Cultural Center

For several months the capital of all Cubans reopens new cultural centers for the population. The idea of rescuing declared dismantled buildings and turns them to spaces for cultural activities, is an idea applauds. Is undoubtedly the new multipurpose cultural center of the Havana neighborhood of Alamar, named “Enguayabera” is one of its best exponents. […]