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Cuba launches hotel chain for tourists looking after more than sun and sand

This chain represent an alternative to lodging options catering to beach-bound tourists. Read More

Fidel and Raul Castro awarded

Both lead the list of figures distinguished with the 50th anniversary decoration for outstanding revolutionary action. The awarding ceremony took place in the central Cuban province of Cienfuegos, stage of a civic-military uprising against the Fulgencio Batista dictatorship on September 5, 1957. Read More

Cuban province set to become petrochemical complex for the Caribbean

The most notable aspect of that cooperation is precisely the opening of an Economic Association to strengthen agreements on energy security being developed by the ALBA. Read More

Cuba celebrates Benny More birthday

The program involved the workshop Thinking of Benny (Pensar en el Benny), that approached impact of his music in Latin America, and a concert. Read More

El Nicho, a paradise-like tourist resort

The biggest waterfall jumping from 15 m high runs along the HaAnabanilla river pools and artificial lake located 300 km from Havana. Read More

Cienfuegos oil refinery dock receives overhaul

Works is underway dredging berths at the Camilo Cienfuegos Oil Refinery to increase capacity to receive 228 meter long crude oil tankers with up to 70,000 tons displacement and a keel depth of 11.9 meters. Read More

Cuban Botanical Garden has 400 orchid breeds

The centennial Garden completed its reserves by adding Palmira municipality Macrademia Garden, that hosts unique breeds. Cuba owns 49 endemic orchids, plus curiosities like leafless Afilas, and others that rank among the world's tiniest orchids. Read More

Effective plastic waste treatment plants fabricated in Cuba

So far fourteen plants have been produced and are already in use along the island mainly in tourist facilities and remote mountainous areas. Read More

New Latin American Medical School in Cuba

The inauguration of a new Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) in Cuba favors about five hundred Bolivian students from the regions of Santa Cruz and Potosi. The students will soon begin classes for their formation as doctors, and will be a great support to their country since the department of Santa Cruz is the largest in the country. Read More

Cienfuegos qualifying from villa to patrimonial cuban city

In 1819, a handful of French colonists headed by Don Louis D'Clouet founded the Fernandina de Jagua Villa, located some 250 km southeast Havana. Over the years, the place turned into a prosperous city currently known as Cienfuegos City. Read More

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