Camaguey – A special program to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Office of the Historian of the City of Camaguey (OHCC) will be held in this eastern city of the country from the 21st to the 24th next. The calendar of activities includes the cancellation of a commemorative stamp, as well as the recognition of personalities and specialists who have contributed to the conservation of the Villa, a World Heritage Site.
The Director of the OHCC, José Rodríguez, said that for the date will be inaugurated facilities such as the new Cabinet of archeology, and the theme park of the railway station, among the oldest in Cuba, built in the mid-nineteenth century. “Today, the Office is taking action in the historic center of the city, and the construction of the José María Varona Concert Hall, with capacity for 120 people, stands out,” said Rodríguez Barreras.
The Office of the Historian of the City of Camaguey also lists its gallery for exhibitions of important artists of the territory, including Joel Jover, endorsed by an extensive curriculum that places him as one of the most outstanding Cuban creators.
The celebration days will also be marked by the opening of the Symposium Impact of Development in Historic Cities, which will be attended by specialists from Havana, Santiago de Cuba, Cienfuegos, Sancti Spíritus and Matanzas.
Author: Redacción Digital
Source: Prensa Latina
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