In Latin America, Ernesto Che Guevara has long become more than a public hero. Number composed songs about him comparable to the amount of our jokes about Vasily Ivanovich. When Bolivian farmers learned about the death of Che in his honor lit candles. The place of his death has almost sacred status, and the Che is revered by the people as a holy martyr — the patron of the poor.
Historical figures, people of destiny