Gisselle Morales

April, 2013

March, 2013

  • 3 March

    Cuban International Book Fair Heads East (+photos)

    Sancti Spiritus residents bid farewell this Sunday to the 22nd International Book Fair which was dedicated to the 160th birthday anniversary of Jose Marti, historian Pedro Pablo Rodriguez, National Literature Prize winner Daniel Chavarria, and the Republic of Angola»

  • 2 March

    Book Fair Event Continues in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba (+photos)

    The 22nd International Book Fair in Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba, goes on amidst an austere yet diverse cultural program. Over 39 000 books have been so far sold in this book event dedicated to honor the 160th birthday anniversary of Jose Marti, historian Pedro Pablo Rodriguez, National Literature Prize winner …»

  • 1 March

    Book Fair in Sancti Spiritus: Readers Award (+photos)

    Cuban writer Julio M. Llanes was granted the Sendero de luz Award in the context of the 22nd International Book Fair that takes place in this territory until next March 3rd.»

February, 2013

  • 27 February

    Cuban Book Fair Visits Sancti Spiritus

    Sancti Spiritus Serafin Sanchez Park became again the literary epicenter of the Cuban central province, as the 22nd International Book Fair was inaugurated this morning while it is expected to run in the main cities of the western region until  March 3.»

  • 3 February

    General Elections: World Focuses on Cuba

    International media report on mass participation in this Sunday elections all over the island, where over eight million Cuban citizens have been call to cast their vote.»

October, 2012

  • 4 October

    Compensation to Romeu (+photos)

    The Camerata Romeu orchestra made a presentation in the Cuban central province of Sancti Spiritus,  as part of the tour started by the musicians last September 27th, in Camaguey.»

August, 2012

  • 14 August

    I am Jose Martí’s Daughter

    This statement was made by María Mantilla in a letter, at the age of 78. Half a century after her death, the dilemma of whether the Apostle was her biological father or not, is still considered as just speculations, and seeks for support in scientific theories.»

July, 2012

  • 19 July

    Manaca Iznaga: a Dream Plantation (+ photos)

    Manaca Iznaga, is considered one of the most frequented tourist destinations in the vast Valle de los Ingenios (Valley of the Sugar Mills), which, along with Trinidad, welcomed the status of Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 1988.»