Fidel Castro Heritage Center opened in Havana

Center for the Preservation of the Heritage of the Leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro was opened in the capital of the Republic of Havana on the fifth anniversary of his death. This was broadcast on November 25 by the state television of Cuba.

The event was attended by the brother of the commandant, General Raul Castro, the current president of the country Miguel Diaz-Canel and the Venezuelan leader Nicholas Maduro… The facility includes libraries, exhibition halls, conference rooms, galleries, an amphitheater, a bookstore, and a printing house. The entrance to the institution will be free.

As reported IA REGNUM, in December 2016, Raul Castro said that Fidel Castro did not want streets, institutions or other public places to be named in his honor after his death, as well as to erect monuments.

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