Artemisa, Cuba - The capital municipality of the province of Artemisa changes day by day. Various are the objects of work that make progress. For example the capital repairs in the movie theater Juárez and in the House of the Young Creator are some of them.
The theater will be transformed into a building with conditions for cultural presentations of all kinds: showing of movies, theater and dance presentations, concerts and others. It will be a place of cultural and spiritual enjoyment.
But the most important work that is carrying out now in our territory is the construction of a beautiful boulevard which will be extended from the 27th Street to 33.
This route will be one of the most beautiful places of the province where citizens will have at their disposal comfortable benches for rest and for the recreation with the comings and goings of neighbors.
Lights, brightly colored awnings, the revival of centers of gastronomy and trade are among other elements what will make of this place the favorite for relaxation and distraction.
Gradually the young province of Artemisa evolves through the efforts of all those who in one way or another have to do with the fulfillment of the objectives proposed in order our people rise a higher step on Culture, Education and Recreation.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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