Different and original initiatives evoke the history of the Homeland in Matanzas this February 24th, 126 years after the resumption of the struggles for the independence of Cuba through artistic, museographic and revolutionary reaffirmation actions that enhance the memory of the heroes José Martí and Juan Gualberto Gómez.
In Vigía Plaza artists from different generations such as Alexander Lobaina, Adversy Alonso, Luis Octavio Hernández, Adrián Gómez Sancho and David López, demonstrated in photography and painting their interpretations of historical identity, the challenges of time and the imprint of peace .
This Wednesday the Matanzas Chamber Choir offered its authentic and Cuban song at the Provincial Directorate of Culture in Matanzas, and the Palacio de Junco Museum brought a revolver that belonged to the patriot Juan Gualberto Gómez, manager of the start of the Necessary War.
On its Facebook page Ediciones Vigía shares images of manufactured volumes where design and content communicate respect for the nation and its heroes, constant permanence and recognition from the literature guild to the essences of the nation.
To die for the homeland is to live, highlighted on her Facebook profile Isabel Hernández, director of the Museum A la Ruta del Esclavo, an institution where flowers are not lacking today before a plaque that includes the names of the patriots shot in the former Castle of San Severino between 1895 and 1897.
In the Athens of Cuba, February 24th is not without significance, the people revere the history of the Homeland in different ways, because strong roots sustain the work, beautiful and perfectible, that is the Revolution.