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Las Tunas Helps to Protect Largest Hydrographic Basin of Cuba

With the purpose of protecting Cauto River and its affluent ones from the environmental contamination, the province of Las Tunas increases the economic use of solid matters, generated by productive facilities, located in the vicinities of that natural environment, the largest hydrographic basin in Cuba. Read More

Las Tunas Universalizes Agronomy Career

The production of foods in Las Tunas will reinforce its mission with the opening of the Agronomy career in the eight Municipal Subsidiary Universities, starting from next September. Read More

Las Tunas, Cuba Propitiates More Consumption of Vegetables and Condiments

With the sowing of some four thousand hectares of vegetables and condiments during the first months of the spring, the workers of the System of the Agriculture in the province of Las Tunas hope to guarantee a more integral feeding to the 533, 000 inhabitants of the territory, located at 690 kilometers to the east of Havana.<br /> Read More

Production of Honey Increases in Las Tunas, Cuba

The beekeepers of the eastern province of Las Tunas gathered so far more than 100 tons of honey, as a sample of recovery in the production of that exportable item in this territory, located 690 kilometers from Havana. Read More

Las Tunas Poet Wins National Prize of the Cuban Book Institute

The poetry book Ovejas y demonios (Sheep and Demons), by the writer of this city, Antonio Borrego, won the prize La Puerta de papel, of the Cuban Book Institute, as the best literary text published in 2007 by the editorials of all Cuba. Read More

Inhabitants of Las Tunas, Cuba Watch Tropical Storm Fay

As part of the declaration of warning to the provinces of the east of Cuba, the inhabitants of the province of Las Tunas stay watching the track of the Tropical Storm Fay.<br /> Read More

In Las Tunas, Cuba US Photographer Henry Miller Exhibits Mexican Culture

The public of this eastern province of Cuba can see the faces of the oldest Mexican culture in the Museum Vicente Garcia, of Las Tunas city, an exhibition by the US photographer Henry Miller. Read More

The Cuban Province of Las Tunas Could Largely Reduce Consumption of Hydrocarbons

The Cuban province of Las Tunas has enough resources to guarantee, starting from diverse renewable sources, around half of the energy that it needs, and to reduce, even more, the consumption of hydrocarbons, which apart from depletable, they are extremely expensive and harmful to the environmental health. Read More

Cultural Exchange between Las Tunas, Cuba and Mexican region

With the presence of a Mexican delegation from the Sierra Gorda region began in this city the concretion of a cultural project between that territory and the province of Las Tunas. Read More

In Las Tunas, Cuba Italian Solidary Brigade Boosts Productive Works

Members of the Italian brigade of solidarity Giovanni Ardizzone carry out productive works in this eastern province and visit different places of economic and social interest. Read More

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