The Latin American News Agency Prensa Latina (PL) exhibits this Monday 90 exclusive photographs of the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, as a tribute to the 93rd anniversary of his birth.
The exhibition includes photos of Fidel taken by photojournalists the likes of Roberto Salas, Rogelio Moré, Alberto Korda, Juan Muñoa, among others.
Likewise, this group of images is part of the Prensa Latina graphic archive, a news agency founded in 1959 at the initiative of the Cuban leader and journalist Jorge Masetti.
Several activities are scheduled to be undertaken in Cuba and worldwide to honor the emblematic and charismatic Cuban leader, whose work embodied in the Cuban Revolution remains as an example.
Fidel Castro died in Havana on November 25, 2016, leaving a recognized legacy in the political sphere at the head of the social project he led in January 1959.