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When Cuba became independent from Spain on May 20, 1902, Cespedes Flag was officially designated the flag of the city of his birth: Bayamo, Oriente, and the flag which Venezuelan-born, Cuban patriot, Narciso López flew in the city of Cárdenas on May 19, 1850, was officially designated the Cuban national flag.
In honor of Cespedes and the bravery of the residents of Bayamo, who during the 10 Year War burned the prosperous city to the ground and moved to the forrest rather than surrender it to the Spaniards, Bayamo was proclaimed a "National Monument" and from then on would have its name proceeded by the initials M. for "Monumento Nacional." Since Cuba gained independence from Spain, the flag of Bayamo is displayed alongside the Cuban national flag at official ceremonies and events.
Yáñez, who was in second place at the time he was hit and killed, run over by a car whose driver, Blandón Hernández, 26, was found to be over the legal limit.
Blandón was charged with manslaughter and was released early Monday morning, on condition he has a fixed address, an impediment to leaving the country, and sign in regularly at the judicial office.
The red color is for the blood sacrificed by the Cuban patriots. It was a steamy hot day in New York City and General Narciso López, of Venezuelan origin, had joined the fight for Cuba's independence.These symbols were meant to represent the rights of man: Equality, Liberty and Fraternity.In the first top division, horizontally, there is a key symbolizing Cuba’s geographical position, with a bright rising sun in the background.The two white stripes representing the purity and justice of the patriotic liberators' motives.While the lone white star within the equilateral red triangle represents the unity of our people upon the blood spilled by our revolutionary heroes.