Biran town historical site
The Biran town's historical site, located in the eastern province of Holguin is the place where Fidel Castro Ruz
13 de agosto de 2016 - Radio Taino
The Biran town's historical site, located in the eastern province of Holguin is the place where Fidel Castro Ruz, the leader of the Cuban Revolution was born on August 13th, 1926. Years later, his brother Raul was also born there.
Located about seven hundred kilometers away from La Habana, the town of Biran is a remote place surrounded by hills and sugar cane plantations, where eleven well preserved installations are found in a relevant environment.
The site was proclaimed National Monument, taking into consideration its historical significance. It has a building complex that hosts the museum, including the house where Fidel was born, being an almost exact replica of the original house that was destroyed by fire in 1954. The site also has a general store, a post office, La Paloma bar, the hotel, a butcher store and a small school.
Biran limits to the North with the Guamuta neighborhood, to the South with the province of Santiago de Cuba, to the east with the Pinares de Mayarí mountains and to the west with Marcané and Alto Cedro towns.
This region of Holguin province once agains exhibits its beauty this month of August in an environment full of vivid historical significance and relevant events that trascend in time and reveal the patriotic intimacy of the site where 90 years ago, one August 13th, the leader of the Cuban Revolution , Fidel Castro Ruz was born.