Sancti Spíritus

Electrical System Consolidates in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

Sancti Spiritus electric industry has been allocated 6 million pesos this year to keep on with the improvement of the electrical system in the territory. In 2011, over 100 000 residents from the capital city benefitted from the betterments, while losses were remarkably reduced.»

Colonial Art Museum Reopens in Sancti Spiritus

Sancti Spiritus Colonial Art Museum, one of the cities most prominent landmarks, reopened after being completely restored. The repairs carried out in the first facility of this kind created by the Revolution, cost thousands and were undertaken by local building workers.»

Cruz del Sur Solidarity Brigade in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

The Australian and New Zealander Solidarity Brigade Cruz del Sur arrived last Monday in Sancti Spiritus as part of a four-day visit in which visitors are to meet an intense agenda including tours to historic, social, cultural and tourist places in some municipalities of the Cuban central province.»

Love Letters Disclosed in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

A documentary film on the Escribanía Dollz and its Love Letter Contest was released this Saturday in Sancti Spiritus. The 38-minute documentary is directed by filmmaker Guillermo Centeno and sponsored by the Cuban Institute of the Art and Cinematographic Industry.»

Sancti Spiritus Renovates Health Facilities

Over a hundred health institutions were renovated or repaired in 2011 in the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus. In addition, several hospital wards and services were reopened. According to local health sources, investment funds were mostly allocated for secondary care facilities.»

Sancti Spiritus Recalls Arrival of the Freedom Caravan

Sancti Spiritus youth remembered this Friday the arrival of the Freedom Caravan in the central Cuban province, headed by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro as he led the triumphal path towards Havana.  Local residents congregated in the Serafin Sanchez Square,  as it was done in 1959.»