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Cuban Journalists Dedicate Congress to Eternal Fidel Castro

With the participation of more than 400 delegates the 10th Congress of the Union of Journalists of Cuba (UPEC) kicked off this morning in Havana According to national media, in the two-day meeting underway in the Convention Palace, media professionals from all over the island will debate on essential issues such as the communication police … Continue reading

The Heritage of Trinidad is Not Yet at Risk

However, specialists consider that there are a number of illegalities that must be corrected there The uncertainties and questionings related with the preservation of Trinidad, also known as the City Museum of the Caribbean, have been somehow calmed. According to Ciro Rodríguez, deputy director of the Provincial Physical Planning Office, “the universal values ​​of the … Continue reading

Cuba Announces New Regulation on Self-Employment

These regulations, which will come into force next December 7th, are endorsed in six higher-ranking regulations, five decree-laws, a decree and 14 complementary resolutions The Extraordinary Official Gazette number 35 publishes this Tuesday the new regulations for the exercise of self-employment in Cuba, that was allowed in 2011 after being frozen for several years and … Continue reading

Raúl and Machado Awarded Alma Mater Distinction

The two leaders were guests of honor to the final session of the FEU’s Ninth Congress, which was held in Havana’s International Conference Center As a demonstration of Cuban university students’ commitment to the Revolution’s historic generation, the Federation of University Students (FEU) presented the organization’s highest award, the Alma Mater, to Army General Raúl … Continue reading

Cuba President Pays First Working Visit to Sancti Spiritus

After having attended the 39th Ordinary Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez began a working visit to the province of Sancti Spíritus on Friday afternoon The leader began his tour in the municipality of Cabaiguán, specifically in the farm ran by Yoandy Rodríguez, an unsufructuary … Continue reading

Miguel Diaz-Canel in Jamaica to Attend CARICOM Conference

The Cuban president is participating in the meeting at the invitation of CARICOM’s current chairman, Jamaica’s Prime Minister, Honorable Andrew Holness The president of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermudez, arrived on Thursday morning in Montego Bay, Jamaica, where he will attend the 39th Regular Meeting of the Conference of … Continue reading

The Excellence Award of Lisandra López

For the first time this visual artist from Sancti Spiritus is included in Arte por excelencias, the multicultural magazine of Ibero-America and the Caribbean A very own and sui generis world is revealed in each of Lisandra López Sotuyo’s works, the first visual art artist of Sancti Spiritus to get the attention of the multicultural … Continue reading

From Sancti Spiritus to Barranquilla

The province of Sancti Spiritus will be part of the Cuban delegation to attend the XXIII Central American Games of Barranquilla, which will take place from July 19 to August 3 next Twenty-four will be the representatives of this central territory, 20 of which are athletes among whom Eglys de la Cruz Farfán (shooter), Serguey … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus: Casa de la Guayabera Reopens after Restoration

This facility, located upon the Yayabo River in the historic area of the city, treasures guayabera shirts donated by outstanding Cuban and foreing personalities The Casa de la Guayabera, which shelters the largest collection of the Cuban national garment, reopened its doors, after the restoration of its building, considered a jewel of the neoclassical style … Continue reading

Artists from Sancti Spiritus Exhibit in European Gallery

Three artists from this central Cuban province are part of the group of authors of a sui generis exhibition presented in Brussels, Belgium Noel Cabrera Fernández, Ernesto Pérez del Río and Osvaldo Pestana Montpeller, from Sancti Spiritus, are three of the Cuban artists who recently exhibited their works at the Huberty & Breyne Gallery in … Continue reading

Let’s Enjoy Cuba this Summer in Sancti Spíritus

Like in the rest of the island, a broad program of activities has been announced in Sancti Spiritus for the summer season, to take place between June 30 and September 2 Attractive proposals for healthy recreation constitute the fundamental purpose this summer of the activities organized in the province of Sancti Spiritus where, as in … Continue reading

Cuba Honors Ernesto Che Guevara’s 90th Birthday Anniversary

Every June 14, Cubans talk about Che’s perennial presence, his eternal youth and his ethical virtues, all expressed in phrases that are sometimes grandiloquent, but mostly respectful and moving There are figures who never die, who cease being mere mortals to remain inevitably in history. People of thought, of character, of passion and sacrifice, who … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus: The Eternal Friend of the River

For almost 200 years the viaduct over the Yayabo River has resisted countless floods thanks to the constructive characteristics of its design The residents of Sancti Spiritus still talk with amazement about the flooding of the Yayabo River during the recent heavy rains event that kept the neighborhood of Colón in suspense. However, equal or … Continue reading

Yudith Vidal Exhibits in Enschede, Netherlands

The artist, who lives in Trinidad, Cuban central province of Sancti Spiritus, for the first time participated in the Kunst in het Volkspark Festival The Cuban artist Yudith Vidal participated for the first time in the Kunst in het Volkspark Festival in the Netherlands, where she showed her work with more than 150 exhibitors and … Continue reading

Trinidad de Cuba Hopes for 2018 World Crafts City Title

The intangible richness of Trinidad could turn it into one of the cities acknowledged by the World Crafts Council as guardians of ancestral traditions The third village founded in Cuba aspires to become this year one of the few cities in Latin America and the world awarded the title of World Crafts City. After having … Continue reading

Cardiologists from Sancti Spiritus Attend Congress in Havana

The latest advances in cardiology will be discussed by some 700 delegates coming from all continents, in Havana’s Convention Center until Friday Six cardiologists from Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba, are attending the 30th Central American and Caribbean Congress of Cardiology and the 9th Cuban Congress of the specialty, taking place June 6-8 in Havana’s Convention … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Committed to Preserve Environment, Biodiversity (+photos)

The central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus has been for a long time involved in the preservation of the environment, that is why different strategies have been adopted to address climate change The conservation of biodiversity in protected areas and... Continue reading

Cuban Village of the Holy Spirit Celebrates 504 Anniversary

The city of the Holy Spirit, the only one in Cuba that keeps its Latin name, enjoys the pleasure of celebrating the 504th anniversary of its foundation The first location of the town, on the right bank of the Tuinucú River, near the site known as Loma or Cayo de la Iglesia, must have been … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus to Hold 504th Anniversary of Foundation

Sancti Spiritus, also known as The Village of the Holy Spirit, was the fourth village founded in Cuba by Spanish colonizers The 504th anniversary of Sancti Spiritus, the fourth villa founded by the Spaniards in Cuba, will be celebrated with a broad cultural program from May 31 to June 4, according to the promoters. The … Continue reading

Machado Ventura Oversees Recovery Tasks in Sancti Spiritus

The Second Secretary of the Central Committee of the Party received updated information on the consequences of recent heavy rains in the province The alternatives implemented to counteract the effects of humidity and avoid major consequences in the production of tobacco, were verified this Wednesday in Sancti Spíritus by José Ramón Machado Ventura, second secretary … Continue reading

Zaza Dam Reported with Second Largest Water Storage Ever (+photos)

This report has the only antecedent of the 1 293 million cubic meters received by the reservoir during the heavy rains event of May, 2012 Heavy rains and runoffs occurred in Sancti Spiritus left a tangible mark on the Zaza reservoir, which at 2:00 a.m. this morning was reported with 1 174, 000 000m³ of … Continue reading

Subtropical Storm Alberto Soaks Sancti Spíritus, Fills Dams

Heavy rains are reported in several areas of the province and thousands of people from the southern territories have been evacuated Subtropical storm Alberto has caused heavy rains to fall in Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba, with reports above 200 millimeters in several areas. This situation has caused all reservoirs to be filled, reason why it … Continue reading

Cuba Plane Crash: Second Black Box Found

With the recovery of the two black boxes, more possibilities are opened to explain the causes of the Boeing 737-200 crash. A roundtable exercise held on Wednesday allowed for accurate calculations in the field The President of the Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba (IACC), Armando López, confirmed in the Cuban TV News at 8 … Continue reading

A Resident of Sancti Spiritus in the DMJ 0972 Flight

Rodolfo Hernández González, one of the victims of the fatal plane crash occurred last May 18th, was a native of Cabaiguán. That day he was traveling on that plane to Holguín to, paradoxically, make repairs on aircrafts in that eastern Cuban territory He was not supposed to be on that plane. Or maybe he was, … Continue reading

More than Half of the Victims of Cuba Plane Crash Identified

Only three women —all Cubans— survived the accident, but one of them, 23-year-old Gretell Landrove, died on Monday, bringing the total number of deaths to 111 So far, Cuban experts have identified 58 fatal victims of the air accident occurred on May 18, today reported the director of the Institute of Legal Medicine, Sergio Rabell. … Continue reading

Fifty of the Fatal Victims of Air Disaster Already Identified

Cuban experts identified 50 fatal victims of the air disaster occurred last Friday in Havana, said the director of the Institute of Legal Medicine, Sergio Rabell In statements to the press, the official said that in the last hours they identified 10 other people, five of them foreigners (four of the six Mexican crew members … Continue reading