Sancti Spíritus

Rescue of Air Crash Victims’ Remains Concluded in Cuba

by Enrique Ojito Linares The rescue of the remains of the passEngers and crew members traveling in the Aerocaribbean S.A. airliner crashed Thursday in Guasimal, Sancti Spiritus, was concluded. 68 persons were traveling in the plane, 40 of whom were Cubans and the other 28 were visitors from different countries.»

No Survivors So Far in Sancti Spiritus Air Crash

by Enrique Ojito No survivors have been reported so far after the tragic air crash that took place Thursday in Sancti Spiritus in which the Cuban airlines’ Aerocaribbean S.A. ATR-72-212 aircraft was involved. The plane was traveling from Santiago de Cuba to Havana.»

Sancti Spiritus to Hold Event on Education

by Delia Proenza Barzaga Teachers and education officials from Sancti Spiritus get ready for October 22 provincial event Pedagogy 2011, which will be based at the University of Educational Sciences (UCP) Captain Silverio Blanco Núñez.»

Sancti Spiritus Attends Biotechnology Congress

by Donarys Cruz Experts from over 20 countries will attend Havana 2010 Biotechnology Congress to be held October 20 through 22 at Havana’s Convention Palace. The event will address the use of Heberprot-P in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers.»

Educational Program for Children in Sancti Spiritus

by Delia Proenza Over 20 000 children aged under five are included in the Cuban so-called Educate your child program in Sancti Spiritus, aimed at providing education for children who cannot attend daycares. The program is supported by several organizations and is led by community promoters.»

Trinidad’s Hotel Restoration Moves Forward

by Enrique Ojito Linares The repairing of La Ronda Hotel in Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus, which is considered the major investment in the tourism constructive scenario within the province, has come to reality.»

Why the Escambray Cordillera?

The Escambray is a chain of mountains stretching all along the current municipalities of central provinces of Cienfuegos, Villa Clara and Sancti Spíritus, in which lays most of their demarcation. Its selection by our neighboring imperialist nation as a perfect clout to boost armed uprising, responded not merely to its …»

Juan Almeida: The Musician, the Hero

By Gisselle Morales Before boarding Granma yacht in 1956, Juan Almeida was already thinking about music. At that time he was not a Commander of the Cuban Revolution yet, nor had survived the first combat in Alegria de Pio where he pronounced that famous phrase of his left for posterity.»