“Since I came to this, my native ground, the emotions emerged, and I want to be grateful for this recognition on behalf of my maternal family, since it was my mother who taught me to love the customs of this people that I will try to honor up to the end of my life”, said Olga in the ceremony.

The Doctor of Historiographical Sciences has an outstanding trajectory in this branch, fundamentally for hiercontributions to the research of the history in the Eastern part of Cuba.

She is the historian of the city of Santiago de Cuba, titular teacher of the University of East and researcher of the House of the Caribbean, both institutions in this metropolis, and her texts are part of the bibliography of several educations in the country.

Later, after the granting of the recognition in the lounge of protocol of the Square of the Revolution General Ignacio Agramonte y Loynaz, Olga showed the satisfaction of being able to cover this year the whole island, like one of the personalities to which is dedicated the literary event.

The Fair of the Book wraped up on Sunday, with a closing gala ceremony in the evening, with tha participation of the groups Teatro de Luz, La Andariega, Catalejo de Cuentos, and Cantoría Infantil Coralejo. 

Translated by BA in English Language, Manuel Barrera Téllez

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