New archaeological finding confirms the presence in Sancti Spiritus of aboriginal agriculture-ceramist groups from the 16th century
With the donation of four important guayaberas from renowned personalities, the Technology Fair Guayabera 5.0 was started this Thursday in Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba
The “balneario” bridge and surrounding areas are being improved prior to the 502 anniversary of the village next June 4th
For the last few months, and within the framework of the 500th foundation anniversary celebrations of the Holy Spirit Village, sanitation actions have been carried out at Yayabo River.
Sancti Spiritus’s Guairo and Padre Quintero Streets were returned to their original cobblestone condition with the contribution of local residents.
The Llano Street, found in the old area of Sancti Spiritus, slopes down to the Yayabo River. This is the road preferred by many people, including tourists, to get in touch with a peace of the urban historic center of the village, which was granted the title of National Monument in 1978.
Taking into consideration the way in which rainfalls have behaved in Sancti Spiritus during recent days, it might seem that this central Cuban territory was chosen by nature for a sort of rain test.
Water reservoirs continue to be constantly monitored in Sancti Spiritus in accordance with indications from the Provincial Defense Council. This body also recommended not to interrupt the adopted measures in order to prevent human or material damages.
After almost ten year time, the central Cuban territory of Sancti Spiritus has been again impacted by heavy rainfalls which led to the most spectacular ever remembered filling up of the local Zaza dam, Cuba’s largest water reservoir.
The central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus was confirmed as the island’s most impacted by the latest heavy rain territory. It was such determined in a meeting of the Provincial Defence Council held this Friday, which was presided over by Major General Ramon Pardo Guerra, head of the National Civil Defence in Cuba.