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Ediciones Boloña celebrates 25 years of heritage literature in Cuba

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Ediciones Boloña celebrates 25 years of heritage literature in Cuba

Havana, Nov 9 (Prensa Latina) Ediciones Boloña publisher, of the Office of the Historian of Havana City (OHC), on Tuesday opens the literary fair dedicated to its 25 years at the service of the heritage literature in Cuba.
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The literary event, which is part of the celebrations for the 502nd anniversary of the so-called Wonder City of the World (Havana), includes the launching of the book “La Coleccion del Museo Nacional de la Ceramica Contemporanea Cubana,” as well as a tribute to National Plastic Arts Award winner Alfredo Sosabravo, with a tour around the institution that houses part of his work.

As a new feature, the event includes a colloquium about the first 25 years of the publisher and the screening of the documentary “La Habana desconocida,” by filmmaker Carlos Andres Garcia, at the Museum of the City of Havana’s multi-purpose hall.

Until November 14, Ediciones Boloña is giving access to the books “La Habana, dimension arqueologica de un espacio habitado,” co-published with Ediciones Polymita publisher; “Art deco en La Habana Vieja” and “Aspectos constructivos en la rehabilitación de bienes inmuebles.”

Among other titles is “Huellas sobre la ciudad. Sueño de papel,” which is part of the exhibition of the same name by Cuban painter Ileana Mulet, at the Palacio de los Capitanes Generales (Captain Generals Palace).

Those books complement the cultural program of the OHC and allude the past and present of the former Villa of San Cristobal de La Habana.


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