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Cuba Operation Miracle eye surgery gives sight to the blind

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Healthcare

ACN Surinamese Eduard Tasjero Sjegnile, 8, recovered his sight thanks to a surgery performed by Cuban ophthalmologists, members of Operation Miracle in the CARICOM country. The boy had surgery on his right eye, and at the beginning of next year, 2009, the Cuban doctors will operate on the other eye,… Read More

Cuban scorpion venom being tested for cancer treatment in Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Healthcare

ACN For the first time in Cuba, scientists are using a natural medicine derived from scorpion toxin for the treatment of cancer. The initiative is part of a national project led by the Pharmaceutical Biological Labs (Labiofam) that seeks to demonstrate the effect of the red scorpion’s poison against… Read More

Cuban bloggers “gather” in Cuba to discuss their restrictions on freedom

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

Latin American Herald Tribune Cuban bloggers began a workshop to exchange information despite warnings by the island’s authorities not to do so, according to a press release issued Saturday in Havana. In the communique that was also published on the Generacion Y blog by the Cuban Yoani Sanchez,… Read More

Roger Cohen writes the perfect summary of Cuba today

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

(original title: The End of the End of the Revolution) By ROGER COHEN | New York Times ON MY FIRST DAY IN HAVANA I wandered down to the Malecón, the world’s most haunting urban seafront promenade. A norte was blustering, sending breakers crashing over the stone dike built in 1901 under short-lived… Read More

Finlay Medical Research Institute in Havana opens new vaccine facility

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Healthcare

Rob Sequin | Havana Journal The Finlay Medical Research Institute will inaugurate a vaccine production facility that will increase the production of the anti-meningococcal vaccines for Cuba and other countries on December 3, the Day of the Latin American Medicine. This new facility will have a production… Read More

Cuban Music

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Music

Time.com If this were a music video, it would start in this living room in Havana, with a tight shot of the skinny kid in the white tank top at the keyboard. He counts it off from four, and with a sort of animal ease, his fingers fly, and a montuno rhythm swells through the dented amp, surging until… Read More

Che movie with Benicio del Toro opens in December

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Movies

Rob Sequin | Havana Journal The four plus hour epic “Che” movie will open in Los Angeles and New York on December 12. It will be split into two parts and released to a wider audience in January. Benecio del Toro stars as “La Revolution” hero Che Guevara. The first part of the… Read More

Yadel Marti and Yasser Gomez thrown off Havana Industriales baseball team

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Sports

CBS Sports Ace pitcher Yadel Marti and star outfielder Yasser Gomez have been thrown off Cuba’s top league team for “a grave act of indiscipline,” likely ending their hopes of playing in the 2009 World Baseball Classic. The one-sentence announcement on Friday in the Communist Party… Read More

Hurricane Paloma brings more destruction to Cuba - video

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

By Ray Sanchez |  South Florida Sun-Sentinel During every major story, there are things a reporter sees that don’t make it into the daily updates. Ray Sanchez, the Sun Sentinel’s Havana Bureau Chief, was among the first foreign journalists to reach the town where Hurricane Paloma made… Read More

Habanos Cuban cigar maker sues Missouri company for use of word “Havana”

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Cigars

The Havana Journal has obtained a copy of the Notice of Opposition filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office whereby Habanos SA, a Cuba based corporation, has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against Kansas City Missouri based Xikar Inc for using the word “Havana” and the term “Havana… Read More

Cohiba Gran Reserva cigars to be released in February 2009

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Cigars

By Nick Foulkes | NEWSWEEK (edited for clarity) In the VIP tasting room of the Partagas factory, opposite the Cuban capitol building, the air was blue with fragrant smoke as a dozen people (including the director of the Partagas factory, a feisty woman named Hilda Barros, her staff and the board of directors… Read More

Are conditions right for another Mariel Boat Lift from Cuba?

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

The Latell Report - October 2008 Welcome to The Latell Report. The Report, analyzing Cuba’s contemporary domestic and foreign policy, is published monthly except August and December and distributed by the electronic information service of the Cuba Transition Project (CTP) at the University of Miami’s… Read More

Arte por Cuba art sale fundraiser to raise money for Gibara Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Movies

By Redaction AHORA Some 90 artists from Latin America and Europe have donated works to the online Art for Cuba expo-sale organized by Cuban actor and painter Jorge Perugorria to rise funds to restore hurricane-stricken Gibara city, Holguin. Including 70 paintings, 22 engravings, five sculptures and nine… Read More

Havana Biennial Art Exhibition set for April 2009 in Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Movies

The official web site is BienalHabana.cult.cu and this article below comes from CubaHeadlines.com. Experts from the Wifredo Lam Contemporary Art Center are reviewing more than 400 proposals submitted by artists from 32 nations in preparations for the 10th Havana Biennial Art Exhibition, which will celebrate… Read More

Plaza Cuba to host unique Cuban rumba dance party in Oakland CA

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Music

PlazaCuba is hosting a unique dance party on October 25, 2008 from 4pm to 9pm in the San Francisco Bay Area, celebrating the launch of their new website and other new projects. There will be live Music with the Rumba group Sandy y Su Lade featuring a talented line-up of local Cuban rumberos, including… Read More

Italy to partner with Cuba on film production

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Movies

By NICK VIVARELLI | Variety Italy and Cuba have signed a co-production agreement under which Silvio Berlusconi-owned Medusa is expected to shoot a comedy by Italo helmer Paolo Virzi on the Caribbean isle. The Italy-Cuba co-production treaty was inked in Havana by Italian state film department chief Gaetano… Read More

Cuban soccer player Reinier Alcantara tells his story of freedom in the US

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Sports

BY MICHELLE KAUFMAN | Miami Herald Reinier Alcantara knew, even before he boarded the flight from Cuba to Washington, D.C., last week, that he wouldn’t be using his return ticket. He hatched the plan to defect months ago and worked extra hard to make the roster for last Saturday’s World Cup… Read More

Housing crisis in Cuba may be never be fixed

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Architecture

(Original title: Hurricanes worsen housing deficit in Cuba) Frances Robles and Miami Herald staff | Miami Herald The wooden one-room shack where Humberto Díaz lived in central Cuba is technically still standing, but the planks that made up its roof snapped into multiple pieces when Hurricane Ike sent… Read More

Havana architect Lin Arroyo dead at 90

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Architecture

TimesOnline.co.uk Lin Arroyo designed some of the spectacular buildings that provided the stylish backdrop for the movie stars and gangsters who frequented 1950s Havana. His Modernist landmarks, such as the Havana Hilton Hotel, the Sports Palace arena and the National Theatre, stark structures shorn… Read More

“Temporary” housing is permanent housing for many Cubans living in Cuba

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Weary Cubans still displaced by past hurricanes By WILL WEISSERT / AP When Hurricane Charlie tore through her apartment, Marcia Escalona considered herself lucky to land temporary housing on the Cuban capital’s remote outskirts while communist authorities pledged to help her rebuild. But four… Read More

Housing and crops destroyed across Cuba, written from Havana

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A letter from a Canadian living in Cuba Hola all: Cuba has been, and continues to be, devastated by Hurricane Ike. The only thing, and without question the most important thing, that hasn’t been devastated is the will and determination of the Cuban people to surpass this disaster and go forward. There’s… Read More

67 buildings in Havana Cuba are damaged or collapsed, more to fall?

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Architecture

By Ray Sanchez | Havana Bureau | Sun Sentinel Ike’s true fury may only be starting to show. From the water-logged eastern provinces, where mudslides and rising waters kept hundreds of thousands of evacuees away from their homes, to the dilapidated tenements disintegrating in its wake, the fierce… Read More

Update on poor living conditions in Cuba after Hurricane Ike

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

Ray Sanchez | Havana Bureau | Sun Sentinel Cuban authorities are reporting 64 partial or total building collapses in the capital, and emergency workers are desperately trying to reach a man trapped in the rubble of a building near the city’s famous Malecon. The impact of Hurricane Ike’s tropical… Read More

Hurricane Ike destroys homes in Baracoa and Camaguey Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

BY ELAINE DEVALLE, RENATO PEREZ AND FRANCES ROBLES | Miami Herald Storm surges and overflowing rivers flooded neighborhoods and wind ripped roofs off as Hurricane Ike tore through eastern Cuba Monday, weakened, then spiraled toward Havana and western provinces slammed by Gustav last week. As preparations… Read More

OFAC penalities for buying Cuban cigars on the Internet and Restrictions

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Cigars

These are the civil penalties released by OFAC today for violations of buying Cuban cigars on the Internet One individual was assessed a penalty totaling $4,351.50 for dealing in property in which Cuba or a Cuban national had an interest: On or about July 26, 2003, August 20, 2003, October 31, 2003,… Read More

What it’s like to attend medical school in Havana Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Healthcare

By Charlie Smith | Greenwood Commonwealth Conditions at medical school in Cuba more closely resemble summer camp than a modern university. “Things are very simple,” says Akua Brown, a Californian studying medicine in Havana. “You stay in a room with about eight to 18 other people. You share bunkbeds.… Read More

Vintage Havana modern architecture leader dies in Miami

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Architecture

By WILFREDO CANCIO ISLA | El Nuevo Herald Architect Nicolás “Lin” Arroyo, who played a leading role in pre-Castro Cuba’s modernist architecture and planning movement, has died, his family said. He was 90. Arroyo died in Washington, D.C., from heart complications on July 13, just three… Read More

Life in Havana and Raul Castro July 26 speech - What’s next?

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

(Publisher note: original title is Havana Diary. I am posting this story in anticipation of the July 26 anniversary of the Revolution. I’m curious to read about the current state on life on the street in Havana (no propaganda please) and what people in and out of Cuba expect or would like to hear… Read More

Olympic hopeful Cuban cyclist Pedro Pablo Pérez in hospital

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Sports

ACN Cuba’s best road cyclist, Pedro Pablo Pérez, six times Vuelta a Cuba (Tour of Cuba) winner is in a serious condition after having a car accident Monday morning. At the moment, the athlete who had qualified for the Olympic Games in Beijing, is in the Abel Santamaria Hospital in Pinar del Rio… Read More

Routes and Travels project - professional Havana tour guides

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DTCuba.com The eighth edition of the Routes and Travels project (Rutas y Andares in Spanish), promoted by the Office of the City Historian in Havana, will take place this summer. The project includes the Route to Independence, which will provide knowledge of the symbols and heroes who participated in… Read More

A gay pride parade in Cuba? - I doubt it

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

Guardian.co.uk article Today, Cuba’s gays are planning some reform of their own. Working with Florida’s Unity Coalition, activists in Cuba have organized the island’s first gay pride parade. Members of the Foundation LGTB Reinaldo Arenas in Memoriam and other groups will participate… Read More

Cuba approves CimaVax lung cancer vaccine - updated February 22 2009

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Healthcare

Reuters Cuban scientists said on Tuesday the first vaccine to extend lives of lung cancer patients has been approved by Cuban authorities for use and is available in the island’s hospitals. The drug, CimaVax EGF, has been shown to increase survival rates on average four to five months and much… Read More

Cuban Foundation Museum founded by Batista features rare Cuban art

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Art

By LAURA STEWART | The Daytona Beach News-Journal Alberto Jones paused in front of Daniel Serra-Badue’s 1941 painting, “Cuban Sweets,” and smiled. “These are typical treats, homemade cookies with fruit in them, mostly guava,” said the Palm Coast resident, a native of Cuba.… Read More

Nightly entertainment spots in Havana Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Music

Written by Julie Schwietert | Photo by Brayan Collazo Alonso | MatadorNights.com From the tragically touristy to the totally local, our top 10 nightlife guide to Havana takes you to places that reveal Havana’s complexity… and, of course, its love of music, dance, and drink! 10. Casa de la Musica… Read More

First Cuban golf resort - Carbonera Country Club - to be built by Esencia

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Dominic Walsh | TimesOnlines.co.uk It is the island of which Ernest Hemingway once wrote: “It not only looks wonderful, it is wonderful.” It is famed around the world for its unspoilt beaches, the rhythm of its music, its staunchly communist regime and its political stand-off with the United States.… Read More

New England little league baseball team to play in Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Sports

Boston.com In a rare occurrence since the U.S. embargo on Cuba, a Little League team from Vermont and New Hampshire will play baseball in the Caribbean island this summer. more stories like this Coach Ted Levin says members of the Connecticut Valley South Little League plan to play 12 to 14 games in… Read More

Putumayo releases third Cuban music album Cafe Cubano

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Music

On May 27th, Putumayo World Music will release Café Cubano, a captivating collection that will transport listeners to the charming cafes of this musically-rich Caribbean island. This album features a selection of exceptional performers who have incorporated Cuba’s diverse musical traditions and distinctive… Read More

Antique Henry J cars still on the road in Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Sports

Running With the Buicks in Havana - A story of two Henry J.s By Al Gowan During my visits to Cuba, I’ve enjoyed American cars from the fifties- a “Chevvy” speeding along Havana’s Malecón, or a post war ‘48 Buick, with its predatory grille, panting in the shade of a side street. One visitor… Read More

Internet access in Cuba - maybe in 2010

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Healthcare

Fernanda Mello Veiga | OVUM Last week, the Cuban government announced that ordinary Cubans will not be allowed to have Internet access in the short term, even though the government authorised ordinary citizens to buy computers and own mobile phones on 1 April 2008. After last month’s announcement,… Read More

Havana Deco book on Cuban architecture now available

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Architecture

Cuban artists, open to the winds of change and to outside influences, filtered the movement born in Paris through the dazzling beauty of Caribbean nature and made the art their own. As David Unger says in the preface, “Havana Deco is a paean to Havana’s gorgeous architectural gems of the ’20s,… Read More

Cinequest distributes Cuba movie Boxers and Ballerinas

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Movies

SPELLBINDING DOCUMENTARY JOINS CINEQUEST FAMILY Cinequest Distributes Award-Winning Film Following Cuban Artists and Athletes SAN JOSE, CA – April 30, 2008 – Cinequest is proud to provide film fans access to a groundbreaking documentary, which won Cinequest Film Festival’s Global Landscapes Directing… Read More

Brokeback Mountain on Cuban television and gay rights convention

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

Mariela Castro, center, daughter of Cuba’s President Raul Castro, and two unidentified participants attend a ceremony marking the International Day Against Homophobia in Havana, Saturday, May 17, 2008.(AP Photo/Javier Galeano) By ANDREA RODRIGUEZ | Associated Press Cuba’s gay community… Read More

Jamaica-Cuba Eye Care Project

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JamaicaObserver.com The health ministry is expected to finalize a new agreement with the Cuban Government next week that will see Jamaicans receiving critical optical treatment here under the Jamaica-Cuba Eye Care Project. Aundre Franklyn, parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Health, told the Observer… Read More

“Luminous Landscapes from Eastern Cuba” at Cuba Gallery of Fine Art

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Art

An exhibition of 23 original oil paintings of the Oriente Region of Cuba will be at Cuba Gallery of Fine Art, May 17th- 31st   11am-6pm Monday-Saturday (appointments on Sundays) This Exhibit will have available to the public paintings by the finest landscape artists of the region, their works have… Read More

Statue of Abraham Lincoln in Havana Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Architecture

Email from a Havana Journal reader, posted with permission. I saw your posting showing the memorial of the Maine in NYC and it reminded me of a beautiful statue I saw in Havana just this year. As a Cuban-American I am delighted when I unexpectedly come across signs of Cuba in this country, for instance… Read More

Great Cuban baseball article from Robert Cassidy of Newsday

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Sports

BY ROBERT CASSIDY | Newsday.com Connie Marrero once struck out Mickey Mantle three times in one game. Not bad for someone who learned how to pitch by throwing oranges on a farm in Cuba. As with most of his stories, the Mantle anecdote is punctuated by Marrero’s dry sense of humor. This particular… Read More

Yoani Sanchez awarded Spain’s Ortega and Gasset prize for digital journalism

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

Reuters Independent Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez, who chronicles the woes of life in communist-run Cuba, was awarded one of Spain’s top journalism awards on Friday, the Ortega and Gasset prize for digital journalism. Spanish newspaper El Pais, which awards the prize annually, said Sanchez won it… Read More

Fantastic Wall Street Journal article on contemporary Cuban artists

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original title: The Cuban Art Revolution Collectors are betting the next hot art hub will be an island most Americans still can’t visit. Now, some U.S. art lovers are finding legal ways into Cuba to shop for works—before the market gets too crowded. By KELLY CROW | Wall Street Journal John… Read More

Vintage pre-Castro Cuban art paintings on display in Daytona Beach Florida

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Art

TheArtNewspaper.com | David D’Arcy Paintings made before the current regime seized power in Cuba are on display at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach, Florida. Art made before Fidel Castro seized power in Cuba in 1959 is now available for public viewing until September 1st where 93 works… Read More

Havana Beverages adds third soda - Havana Tamarind

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Cigars

(This is not a paid advertisement and I have no affiliation with the company. I just thought it would be fun to post this) Havana Beverages launches Havana Tamarind, an orange - ginger flavored premium, all-natural soda sweetened with 100% pure cane sugar,  rather than the high-fructose corn syrup… Read More

Casa de la Trova music festival in Santiago de Cuba

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BY RAFAEL LAM | Granma.cu SANTIAGO DE CUBA is the birthplace of Cuba’s trova music movement, a tradition that goes back to medieval singers who would wander from party to party, town to town, singing in plazas, parks, caves and homes. For this reason, every March, the Pepe Sánchez International Trova… Read More

2008-09 issue of Cuba Absolutely arts and culture magazine now available

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The publishers of Cuba Absolutely just sent me a complementary copy of the the 2008/2009 issue for review. I am happy to say that this magazine is a pleasure to review. It is PACKED with all things Cuban and is a hefty 9” x 12” glossy magazine with a whopping 240+ full color pages filled… Read More

Cuban baseball game at Ciudad Deportes (sports City) in Havana

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Sports

By Circles Robinson I grew up watching my father play a lot of beach volleyball. Since living in Cuba, I have also become fond of conventional volleyball, a game quite popular on the island. Last week the Chinese and Cuban men’s teams squared off at the Havana “Sports City” indoor coliseum for… Read More

New documentary film “Cuban Dreams” to be filmed in Havana Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Movies

By email Cuban Dreams will be a Feature Length Documentary produced and directed by Gail Reaben Cuban Dreams will be a feature length documentary exploring the dreams of the Cuban people. Most Americans only know of the political aspects of this country and the media reports of Cubans trying to escape… Read More

Cuban Baseball Federation may have a lot to offer after the Embargo

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Sports

By DOM AMORE | Courant Staff Writer Twins veteran pitcher Livan Hernandez, who got out of Cuba in the mid-1990s, has heard it all before and said he wouldn’t be surprised if Fidel Castro declared himself back in power within a week. “What happened in Cuba this week is not a change,”… Read More

Ricardo Alarcon trying to answer Cuban students’ questions about Cuba - video

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

By Shasta Darlington | CNN In a rare public expression of discontent, a video obtained by CNN shows Cuban students grilling a top official about low wages and why Cubans are barred from tourist hotels and from traveling abroad. Ricardo Alarcon, the president of Cuba’s National Assembly, was grilled… Read More

Wifredo Lam Cuban art to be featured at Miami art gallery

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Art

BY FABIOLA SANTIAGO | Miami Herald It is an art event of exceptional significance to South Florida—the first large-scale U.S. exhibition of works by the most celebrated Cuban artist of the 20th century, surrealist Wifredo Lam. The show, which opens Thursday at Miami Art Museum, is a milestone.… Read More

New CUBA herbal energy juice to be in Grammy gift bag February 10

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Cigars

Press Release CUBA Beverages has designed a special package exclusively for the 50th Annual GRAMMY® Awards Talent Gift Bag.  Included in the official bag,  CUBA Beverages put together a gift for the Presenters and Performers that is truly worthy of this anniversary celebration.  The GRAMMY… Read More

Cuba House Swap - great article by Marc Lacey - New York Times

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Architecture

Marc Lacey | New York Times Virtually every square foot of this capital city is owned by the socialist state, which would seem sure to put a damper on the buying and selling of property. Cubans interested in finding new homes gather every Saturday on one of Havana’s grand boulevards to swap information.… Read More

Granma update on medical devices in Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Healthcare

(original title: Cuba exports medical equipment all over the world) The national health system has at its disposal technology developed by an industry with 25 years of experience BY LILLIAM RIERA | Granma International staff writer MEDICAL equipment for cardiology and clinical neurophysiology services,… Read More

One million people have been treated by Cuba’s Operation Miracle

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Healthcare

Periodico26.cu Three years after the Operation Miracle program began, one million people from 28 Third World countries have benefited from free eye surgery, said Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage on Sunday in Santiago de Cuba. Lage made the announcement after the signing 14 new Cuba-Venezuela integration… Read More

Generation Y Generacion Y to expand blogging from Cuba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

I was checking in on Yoani’s blog from Havana and see that she posted many articles on January 6 including this one: If I’m absent for several days from cyberspace, don’t worry. Right now, I’m mounting a Blog service for people from inside Cuba who want to write their own posts. Let’s see… Read More

Cuban drug Heberpenta may be exported next year

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Healthcare

DTCuba.com Cuba’s pharmaceutical industry is working to expand its presence on the international market by commercializing new medicines. Among the new medicines that might be exported during the 2008-2010 period is the pentavalent vaccine Heberpenta, which immunizes against diphtheria, tetanus,… Read More

2008 Letra del Año desde Asociación Yoruba

Posted in Cuba Culture > Cuban Culture

CONSEJO CUBANO DE SACERDOTES MAYORES DE IFA LETRA DEL AÑO 2008 Signo:    Iguori ogbe ( Iguoribolbe ) Profecía:  Ire Arikú Oyale lese Olokun.  ( Aldimú )  Ofrenda variada de frutas, viandas, etc. Gobierna: Yemaya   Acompaña: Changó. Bandera:  Azul con ribete rojo.… Read More

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