Che Guevara exhibition opened in Crimea by his son


CRIMEA, Russia – Latin American revolutionist Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara’s son Ernesto Guevara opened an exhibition dedicated to his famous father in Crimea’s Simferopol, Wednesday.

“My father was a great man, he knew that he might pass away and made us ready. There is the traditional beginning of the letter – if you’re reading this, then I’m dead. He addressed such letters to the children,” the revolutionist’s son told.

The exhibit consists of some 160 archive photos featuring Che Guevara, in addition to his personal items.

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While touring the library where the event was held, Guevara said that he sees Crimea as a part of Russia.


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