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Fidel Castro Will Live Beyond His Death

The historic leader of the Cuban Revolution is gone, but his legacy will remain forver in present and future generations of Cubans


Sancti Spiritus Designates First Urban Tourist Route

The area covered by the route will be divided into circuits and organized in such a way that visitors will be able to know about the symbolic values linked to local culture, tradition and heritage


Sancti Spiritus Villages Get Ready for High Tourism Season

The excellent preservation of the historic area and the many possibility for tourism makes Trinidad a a privileged destination in Cuba


The First Flower Ever Dedicated to Camilo Cienfuegos in Cuba

The first tribute paid to Camilo Cienfuegos took place in the city of Cardenas on Sunday, November 15th, 1959, organized by the Youth Patrol


Self-Employed Workers Get Trained at Tourism School in Trinidad

Self-employed workers are trained in different courses offered by the Hotel and Tourism School of Trinidad, in Sancti Spiritus


Cuba Pays Tribute to Victims of Barbados Terrorist Crime

Like every year, Cubans remember the victims of the terrorist attack on a Cubana de Aviacion plane, by which  73 innocent people were killed


Students from Sancti Spiritus Reject US Scholarships Program

Students from the Sancti Spiritus, in central Cuba, denounced the attempts of the World Learning organization intended to train youth leaders


Raul: Cuba Will not Cease Defending its Revolutionary, Anti-imperialist Ideals

Remarks by Cuba President Raul Castro Ruz, at the 17th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement, held on Margarita Island, in Venezuela, Septemeber 17, 2016


Alicia Crespo: the Woman Who Lived for Sancti Spiritus

In his long and productive working life, Alicia Crespo Díaz, who passed away this September 13th, received nearly twenty awards, honors and recognitions


Museo del Prado Paintings Exhibited in Trinidad, Cuba

Over twenty paintings from renowned artists such as Bartolomé Bermejo, Rafael, Tintoretto, Diego Velázquez and Pedro Pablo Rubens are being exhibited in Trinidad 


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