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January 4th

Raul Castro, Torrijos team up

Panamanian President Martin Torrijos is on his second to last day in Cuba, after bilateral collaboration topped a meeting with Cuban Vice President Raul Castro. Read More

Giant turtles in largest caribbean marsh

Freshwater turtles twice the average size (7-10 inches and around 13 pounds) of those aquatic animals are being studied in the Zapata Swamp in Cuba, the largest and best preserved marsh in the Caribbean. Read More

Cuban indicators show the difference

Investment in social development programs bears fruit as Cuban indicators have come to show. According to national statistics, in 1958, there were one million illiterates and over one million of functional illiterates in the island. At the end of 1961, Cuba was free of illiteracy. Four and a half decades later, inhabitants of the Caribbean nation hold one of the highest schooling indexes in Latin America, if not the first. Read More

Valuable relics saved in Sancti Spiritus' museums

The most sceptical visitors are really impressed with the valuable relics kept in the 17 museums existing in the Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus, places where territorial heritage is preserved and culture is promoted. Read More

Cuba: Sancti Spiritus tourism in winter high season

Every resort place in the Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus is ready to welcome the upcoming winter time high season that lasts until next March. Workers and managing staff have been engaged in reforming gastronomic offers and entertainment programs in the different hotels. Read More

U.S. enemies align with Cuba to claim gulf oil

While politicians and environmentalists stifle U.S. access to oil off Floridas coast, Cuba encourages exploitation by competitors of the U.S. Read More

Important tours around the world of cuban artists.

Artists from the catalog of Musicalia, Management Agency belonging to ARTEX S.A, decided to salute the 2007 unwrapping important tours around diverse regions of the world. Read More

The Camerata Romeu saluted with a concert their XIII birthday

The Camerata Romeu, conducted by the excellent Zenaida Romeu, recently presented at their permanent seat in the Basílica Menor from San Francisco Convent, a concert saluting the XIII birthday Read More

Cuba promotes tourist attractions in Argentina

Cuba is promoting its tourist attractions in Argentina, as part of an initiative aimed at increasing the number of travelers to the Caribbean Island. Sources from the tourist sector pointed out that Cuba, Brazil and Mexico are the countries that have best promoted their tourist products in this South American nation. Read More

Chris Cornell was honored to perform in Cuba

Audioslave singer Chris Cornell still feels honored to be a member of the first U.S. band to play in Cuba for 26 years, and he'd love to perform there again. Read More