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Bravo Keeps Leadership in Cycling Tour

Venezuelan cyclist Wilmen Bravo is still wearing jersey winner in Cycling Tour to Cuba. Read More

Granma increases shrimp farming

Nearly six million and half Cuban currency should come into the country´s economy this year from the Shrimp Company of the South Coastal (CALISUR), located in the Río Cauto municipality of Granma province. Read More

Art instructors to support Theater Crusade through the mountains

Art instructors, grouped together in the José Martí Brigade, are adding their talent to the important socio-cultural event known as the Theater Crusade, that goes through the hills of the Cuban Eastern region in tribute to the 157th anniversary of the birth of the Apostle.<br /> Read More

Statue of Ernest Hemingway in Cuba's wax museum

A life-size statue of the American writer Ernest Hemingway, who dubbed himself as &quot;a Cuban half-breed&quot; is displayed to the public on the Wax Museum in this eastern city. Read More

Rock of the Hill

The followers of the hard rock rhythm in Cuba are already preparing their backpacks to travel to Bayamo, where the fourth Hermanos Saíz Association national Rock of the Hill (Rock de la Loma) event, will take place.<br /> Read More

Architectural gem is a symbol of Manzanillo city

Located in the heart of Manzanillo, the pergola that distinguishes and symbolizes that city of Granma province will turn 86 years next June 24. Read More

Drought reduces hydro energy supply in Granma

Granma reduced in six percent the electricity produced by means of water energy in 2009, although the province has kept as priority the electric service to mountain range communities. Read More

Gourriel and Despaigne, face to face

Sancti Spiritus visits Granma at Wilfredo Pagés stadium today. It means that Yuliesky Gourriel and Alfredo Despaigne will be face to face in a match that could wake them up offensively speaking. Read More

Cuban Pregnant women under full Medical Care to prevent Influenza A H1N1 Virus

Cuban 36-week pregnant woman, Yaneisy Gonzalez, appreciated the rapid and high-quality assistance provided to pregnant women and those who have just given birth and show any flu symptoms in the face of the risk of getting the (H1N1) A virus. Read More

Coffee plantation continues to grow in Granma province

The Cuban province of Granma is planning to plant 604 hectares of coffee in 2010, which represents the largest planting of this crop for the last 15 years. Read More

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