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Havana´s first luxury hotel furniture made by Cuban enterprise

LUDEMA Furniture enterprise took over the production of about 3,500 articles from 171 assortments destined for the Manzana Kempinski Havana Grand Hotel, Cuba's first five-star plus luxury tourist facility. Read More

An "unusual" house that defies gravity is inaugurated in Cuba

A building, named "unusual house" and built "to defy gravity" was opened to the public today in Las Tunas, in eastern Cuba, in order to astonish visitors with optical illusions and perhaps enter the Guinness records , local media reported. Read More

Fluoride with Argon used in Ophthalmology

Inhabitants from  Las Tunas  with refractive disorders (myopia) had to go to Havana to receive medical treatment. Now, patients with this type of ailment receive the treatment in the modern ophthalmology center launched in October 2008, at the provincial hospital Dr. Ernesto Guevara. Read More

Farmers Try to Increase Rice Production to Cut Imports

Farmers in the eastern province of Las Tunas expect to harvest over 5,300 tons of rice this year in an effort to help the country decrease costly imports of the cereal. Read More

When you Leave Havana's Vedado

I traveled to the eastern cities of Las Tunas and Puerto Padre on a working visit to receive the Replica of the Pen with which Juan Cristóbal Nápoles Fajardo (El Cucalambe). Read More

Mockingbird Can Sing Cuba’s National Anthem

Ana Cruz, a teacher from Las Tunas province and with more than 30 years of experience, taught a mockingbird Cuba’s National Anthem. Read More

Book Fair Continues Captivating Cubans

Lines before outlets and children and young people''s majority presence confirm the importance of the 19th Cuban international Book Fair 2010, which will end in this eastern city on Sunday. Read More

Educational Software in Cuban Classrooms

The Pepito Tey University of Education in Las Tunas province held a national workshop on producing computer resources for teacher training.  Read More

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