Images of the Bosque Martiano (Marti Forest) of Ariguanabo, a dreamy and practical work, born from the hands of Rafael Rodríguez Ortiz ''Felo'', are exhibited at the History Museum, located in San Antonio de los Baños.
The exhibition consists of fourteen color photographs, which show the magnitude of a wonderful work, a natural classroom where new generations learn about the History of Cuba and the tree species mentioned by José Martí in his Campaign Diary ''De Cabo Haitiano to Dos Ríos'': najesí, jigue, yaguacán, palma, caguairán, among others that exceed 50, brought to this fertile land from different parts of the country.
But, as Felo has expressed on several occasions: "No effort has been spared, no budget is needed, because will and love can engender wonder, even from a former forgotten rubbish dump."
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