CHE Guevara's daughter is due to visit a Dublin hospital during a week-long trip to Ireland.
The Argentinian born Cuban revolutionary icon, also known as Ernesto Guevara Lynch, was killed leading a guerilla campaign in Bolivia in 1965.
He stopped at Shannon Airport during a world tour in 1964, where he was interviewed by Irish journalists.
His daughter, Dr Aleida Guevara March, is currently visiting Ireland with Che's wife, Aleida March. Dr Guevara is a pediatrician who works at the William Solder Paediatric Hospital in Havana.
Today, she visited Leinster House for a meeting with TDs and Senators.
During her visit, she will promote the English version of a new book, Remembering Che: My Life With Che Guevara, written by her mother.
Tomorrow she travels to Co Clare to open the second annual Che do Bheatha Festival.
Dr Guevara will be guest of the Galway Trades Council at the All Ireland Senior Hurling Final in Croke Park on Sunday -- her Lynch family background is rooted in Galway.
Next Monday morning, she will be the guest of Dr David Hickey on a visit to Beaumont Hospital.
At 2pm, she will attend an event sponsored by the trade union Unite at Wynn's Hotel, Lr Abbey St, where she will be a guest of the Irish Trade Unions Cuba Solidarity Committee. Then at 8pm she will speak in Liberty Hall for the launch of her mother's book.
Tickets costing €5 for the event can be obtained by calling Deirdre Price, Communications Department at 01 8586372 or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.