Photographs of the beating of Camagüey in the Ibero-American virtual portal (+ Photos)

By Lázaro David Najarro Pujol

Jul, 2020.- Photographs that ponder the architectural, natural and intangible heritage of this city, make up the ArteInformado work gallery, a virtual portal for Ibero-American art, in Madrid-Barcelona, ​​Spain.

It is an online information and knowledge medium aimed at professionals and lovers of Ibero-American art with editions also in Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Portugal and Colombia, among other nations.

The channel offers photography lovers snapshots of the once Villa de Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe, today Camagüey.

ArteInformado shows the architecture of the historic center of that demarcation, which has mocked the passage of time for more than four centuries, declared by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Cultural Heritage of Humanity , with its winding streets and alleys.

The Plaza de los Trabajadores, el Carmen and la Solidaridad, as well as a panoramic view of one of the oldest cities in America, are among the images selected by this online media outlet in Spain for information and knowledge.

That beat of the colonial architecture town is reflected and ponders, in addition, its characteristics and qualities, where a whole series of personal visions about certain peculiarities of the region of “Shepherds and hats” are articulated, as the National poet Nicolás Guillén called it , that still preserve the traces of its freshness. (Author’s photos).(Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez)

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