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December 27th

Cuban Wrestlers Get Ready for Champion Gala

Cuba's best Greco-Roman wrestlers are training to compete in the national Champion Gala, scheduled for mid January. The competition, to be held in the Cuban capital, may also be attended by wrestlers from Venezuela and the United States. Read More

Attractions of cuban hotel highlighted

The Playa Pesquero Hotel, in the eastern Cuban province of Holguín, stands out in the country's tourist industry, due to its attractions for foreign vacationers. The five-star hotel, which is 15 kilometers from Guardalava Beach, offers 944 rooms distributed in 29.4 hectares, and is in perfect harmony with the natural environment. Read More

New fligts at Cayo Largo del Sur

Cubana de Aviación, Cuba's flag airline, will start operating special flights to Cayo Largo del Sur soon. The resort will benefit from additional flights in January and February, during the peak tourist season. Read More

Rosita Fornés to perform in Granma, Cuba

Cubas star, Rosita Fornés offered her performance to the public in the south-eastern province of Granma, last December 23th and 24th, in the José Joaquín Palma Theater, in Bayamo, the capital of the province and in the Manzanillo Theater, in the city of that same name. Read More

Schedule for the 493rd anniversary of Camagüey city presented

The former village Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe, today Camagüey, is getting ready to celebrate soon (February 2nd) the 493rd anniversary of its foundation. The President of the Municipal Assembly of the Peoples Power (Mayor) told in a press conference that a pilgrimage to the site where the city was founded in Punta de Guincho, Nuevitas, is one of the actions foreseen for the date. Read More

Cuban films in Venezuela

The Cinemateca Nacional of Venezuela will celebrate the 48th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution with a showing of 21 feature films and dozens of animated shorts from the island and a premiere of the Argentine documentary Blockade: The War Against Cuba. Read More

College's Cuba program advances

Some Burlington College students could be heading to Cuba as early as next year as part of a new semester abroad program. Read More

December 26th

Cuban architecture firm working in 20 countries

Architectural and Engineering Projects (EMPROY-2) is a Cuban firm that in recent years has provided services in 20 nations on four continents, reported the Cuban News Agency. Read More

Cuba tries wind generators to increase energy output

The final stage of installing a large area of wind generators on the Isla de la Juventud in southwestern Cuba is near completion. "The alternative energy source is part of the islands Energy Revolution," explained Yadira Garcia Vera, minister of Basic Industry, during a tour of the project site. Garcias ministry is charged with electricity generation for the island. Read More

Doctor says Cuba's Castro does not have cancer

Cuban President Fidel Castro does not have cancer, a Spanish doctor who has just examined him said on Tuesday. Castro's health problem is with his digestive system but he does not have cancer Read More