Havana, Oct 30 (RHC) The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) added Havana to its Network of Creative Cities, because of its music, released on Oct. 30 information from the Prensa Latina agency dated in Paris.
Sixty-five cities are accompanying the Cuban capital in this new designation, including 15 Latin American and Caribbean cities, which base their cultural development on different manifestations.
In a communiqué, the multilateral entity specified that the decision is framed in the World Day of the Cities, that will be held tomorrow Oct 31.
The Creative Cities Network has 246 cities from the five continents recognized for their music, crafts, popular arts, design, cinema, literature, digital arts or gastronomy.
According to UNESCO, theCreative Cities Networky are committed to placing culture at the heart of their development strategy and to sharing best practices.
(Taken from RHC in Spanish)