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To do so, he draws on a wide range of touchstones, including the histories of medieval carnival and of imperialism in Cuba, analyses of key moments in Cuban literature, art, and popular culture of the last three hundred years, and his personal experiences as a Cuban native in exile. Like the fiesta itself, his project is an act of nostalgia of the most intense sophistication.
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Held every two years in the resplendent the Gran Teatro, the Ballet Festival of Havana is one of the few festivals in the world dedicated exclusively to ballet, around since Held on the third Sunday of November for almost 30 years, encircling 42 kilometers, Marabana now admits American runners. Going solid since , the Biennial chooses a theme each year, with museums, schools and galleries all over the city hosting events.
When most people wind down for the end of the year holidays, Cubans rest and recharge as they do best: Known as one of the oldest traditions in the Caribbean, the carnival-like party is held every year since in the week leading up to Christmas. The biggest extravaganza takes place on December 24 th , but expect late-night parades with elaborate floats, costumed partygoers and fireworks all throughout.
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Viva la Fiesta! : The Complex History of a Cuban Tradition
In Cuba it is celebrated in many cities, but the biggest and most colourful celebrations are those in the town of Trinidad. The week long event includes a host of different cultural activities. The festival has its origins in Spain, however the date in Cuba was moved to avoid the harvest season and is held at the end of June.