Category: Travel and culture-Cuba
In a short period of time, Cuban music has lost legends, but other musical ensembles, with different creative styles, continue to bring life to that tumbao, the peculiar rhythm that always distinguishes the music made in this Caribbean archipelago.Read More
The melody of these divas of Cuban and international music has prevailed in different genres, even in some rhythms where men have traditionally played the leading role, such as guaguancó.Read More
Fusterlandia is a project with European influences but an unequivocal Cuban flavor: sculptures, mosaics and tiles with palm trees and guajiros with hats.Read More
PanamericanWorld brings you the stories of several world-renowned institutions, such as the National Ballet of Cuba and more recent companies that enjoy international prestige today.Read More
Selecting the five best cays in Cuba is not so simple, but PanamericanWorld invited you to get on a bicycle, car or the means of transport you prefer to embark on this long journey.Read More
PanamericanWorld invites you to take a closer look at some of the best moments and central figures of Buena Vista Social Club, as legends of traditional Cuban music.Read More
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