Festival of Cuban Culture, from Guantanamo

By Reynaldo La O

HAVANA TIMES – October 20 is the official Day of Cuban Culture. In the city of Guantanamo, as in all of Cuba, it closed activities begun ten days before, recalling the exact number of days that marked the beginning of the war for Cuban independence of.

Performances, dances, songs, sales of books, parades and kids activities kept the Guantanamo public active during those days.

The element that characterizes us in this part of eastern Cuba, are the thousand ways to share, make people laugh and enjoy in the company of friends. Here I show you some shots of what happened on the final day of the celebrations.

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