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December 31st

Cuba's Ballet Performance in Spain Successful

Cuba's National Ballet, directed by Prima Ballerina Assoluta Alicia Alonso, keeps presenting the Nutcracker with great success at the Valencia main theatre, as part of the  Spanish tour to conclude soon. Read More

Cuban Children Recall Santa Clara Battle

Cuban elementary school students recalled Santa Clara battle as the troops commanded by the guerrillas man Ernesto Che Guevara did 51 years ago in that central province. Read More

Leinier, Best Cuba Chess Player of 2009

Havana Grand Master (GM) Leinier Dominguez has remained in the world's chess elite, defining his selection as best chess player of the year in 2009, a period in which he held an-over-2,700 point rating. Read More

Varadero, the blue dream for an ever lasting summer

For the second year in a row, Cuba’s Varadero seaside resort, located around 130 kilometres from  Havana, received one million tourists before the end of the year.  Read More

Cuban Medicines registered at the Dominican Republic

A group of medicines developed and produced in Cuba were registered on Tuesday by health authorities of the Dominican Republic. Read More

Luxury cruise ship touched Santiago de Cuba’s bay

Santiago de Cuba’s bay received the Sea Cloud luxury sailing ship for almost one day. The vessel had 61 German tourists who as part of his trip for the Caribbean visited the Historic Centre of Santiago de Cuba. <br /> Read More

Pinar del Río doctors offer their service worldwide

Over 3 300 health care workers of Pinar del Rio are currently rendering service in some 49 nations of Latin America, Asia and Africa, helping the most isolated and poor people, said Juan Gabriel Camejo, official of the Collaboration department in Vueltabajo. Read More

Cuba strengthens houses to face hurricanes

Frequently hit hurricanes, the inhabitants of Pinar del Rio are constructing more resistant homes to face these atmospheric phenomena. Read More

New edition of Cirilo Villaverde’s book, a 19th Century writer

The edition of Trip to Vueltabajo, an original by Cirilo Villaverde, a notable XIX century writer from Pinar  del Rio, is the first title of the Phoenix Collection, new line of the Loynaz Editions publishing house.<br /> Read More

Fruit varieties enhanced at Ciego de Ávila province

Pineapple fruit development has been taking place in Ciego de Ávila from January to November, with the planting over one thousand 700 hectares of pineapple, papaya, guava and mango. Read More