Baracoa a través de su historia urbana y arquitectónica

Interest in Baracoa, Cuba’s first colonial settlement, starts with the richness of its vernacular heritage, which is also curiously saturated with a Caribbean influence and the cultural mixture of native inhabitants with the Spanish, African and Creole, that which is essentially Baracoan and Cuban. The reader will not regret approaching this necessary book, in which…

Las aventuras de Coto y Caty 2

Two lovely coloring books about a family of Cuban parrots who run into serious problems, first of all with the housing shortage. In the second book of the series, crisis erupts when the young ones are captured by the bad hunter who tries to reduce them to spending the rest of their lives in a…

Las aventuras de Coto y Caty

Two lovely coloring books about a family of Cuban parrots who run into serious problems, first of all with the housing shortage. In the second book of the series, crisis erupts when the young ones are captured by the bad hunter who tries to reduce them to spending the rest of their lives in a…

Los Secretos del Parque

In the extreme northeastern part of Cuba lies such a unique area that in 2001 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In this precious jewel of nature, one can find exuberant tropical forests with thousands of unique species, outstanding scenery, and a population that loves their surroundings. The Alejandro de Humboldt National Park…

BARACOA: APUNTES DE SU HISTORIA Y SU BANDA DE MUSICA

On the occasion of the celebration of the 495th anniversary of the founding of Baracoa, August 15, 2006,  the St. Augustine-Baracoa Friendship Association is pleased to announce the publishing of the book, Baracoa: Apuntes sobre su Historia y su Banda de Musica, by Elexis Jesus Fernandez Rubio Navarro. This edition reflects the love and tenderness that…