Monday, February 17, 2020
Havana.- The Cultural Program Review, a publication of Havana’s Historian Office (OHC), is celebrating two decades of life.
To celebrate the event, the review published 232 of it covers in its website, a number that will grow to 240 by November, the month of its first issue 20 years ago.
Currently, the review is publishing an over ten-page newsletter, featuring the city’s activities.
The Cultural Program of the OHC was founded in November 2000 and includes sections dedicated to exhibitions, music, events for teenagers and children and social topics.
All these initiatives serve the purpose of preserving Havana’s heritage and disseminating its values, in addition to responding to the public’s concerns in cultural matters.