Mayabeque, Cuba: About 40 thousand mayabequenses parade this May Day on 40th Street in San José de las Lajas, provincial headquarters of the activities for the International Workers Day.

Mayabeque, Cuba: The dawn comes back; the Sun announces dawning and hundreds of Mayabequenses walk towards the location of the block to which they will incorporate to parade this May Day.

In 2009, when Fidel could no longer physically attend May Day celebrations, his reflections highlighted the value of the date for Cubans and the rest of the workers of the world: "We hope, he wrote, that each May 1st, thousands of men and women from all corners of the planet share with us the International Workers' Day.

Mayabeque, Cuba: The people of Mayabeque will march this May Day through the main streets and avenues of the eleven municipalities of the young province under the motto Unity, Commitment and Victory.

Mayabeque, Cuba: The members of the Cuban Women Federation  (FMC in
Spanish) of the province of Mayabeque join the May Day celebration, this time with a greater role, they will parade accompanied by their whole family as support for their social project.

Mayabeque, Cuba_ 18 years after the definition by Fidel Castro of the concept of Revolution, Mayabeque ratified the unity of the Cuban people and the commitment to overcome the results in the economic order.