CAMAGÜEY.- The manner in which his essence of exceptional man has been captured from various edges transcended this Tuesday, during a symposium dedicated to the figure of Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz, the eponymous hero of Camagüey.

"Ignacio Agramonte: A life in the service of the Motherland", was the theme they shared in the prestigious historians and researchers of the territory, including Fernando Crespo Baro, Ricardo Muñoz Gutierrez and Elda Cento Gómez, who referred to the results of research carried out on the death of the hero of independence.

"Head loads to the machete, followed by a few riders, was not something unusual in the hero in Camagüey, but on this occasion, the chance he was tangling, and was hit by one of the many shots of the download that, within walking distance, a company handles made enemy hidden in a fell of guinea grass," said National Prize for History.

In her speech, the Camagüey´s researcher, National President of the Union of Historians of Cuba, stressed that Agramonte knew how to be general and soldier on the battlefield, and in this regard she added: "As a rule, which is already a tradition, the heads and Cuban officials have never witnessed the fighting from a safe distance, but that have marched in the first line, at the head of his troops, and that is the example that makes us invincible."

On the symbolic presence of higher in different expressions of art, dialog was also at the meeting, which brought the look in turn to the current challenges facing the production of the film dedicated to his figure, as submitted by the researcher and founder of the National Workshop of Film Criticism, Armando Pérez Padrón.

I hope it becomes a phenomenon of public recognition, and the premiere of this film will serve for the Bayardo creole and their centaurs stand Cuban rooms, when it is fashionable to abdicate our precise Pérez Padrón.

The independence fighter Agramonte, his contradictions and military qualities, also referred the colloquium, in the context of the day to commemorate the 145 anniversary of his death; a way to evoke the man, MAMBÍ and human, a source of inspiration for the revolutionaries of all times.