Like all Cuban cities, Camagüey has a warm atmosphere and the cleanliness of the streets is remarkable. Colonial buildings, limited automobile traffic and above all a workshop of an outstanding artist. A sculptor who presents scenes from everyday life. Whether her statues are in bronze or terracotta, Martha Jimenez Perez carves ordinary people, often seated. This artist is also present on the internet:

about the place, Camagüey:

Camagüey is an important city in central Cuba with a population of around 320,000. Camagüey is the name of an Indian village Taino (tribe which inhabited Cuba before the arrival of the conquistadors) which was at the place where the Spaniards built this city, which bore the name of Santa Maria del Puerto del Principe.



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Camagüey, Cuba