Artemisa, Cuba - History gave us one of its best pages, as one of the largest contingents of young people left the Roja Villa to begin the armed struggle on July 26, 1953. It is said that this territory of the western region, then belonging to The former province of Pinar del Río, was the main center of the movement organized by Commander Fidel Castro.
Artemisa, Cuba - The Urban, Suburban and Family Agriculture Movement in San Antonio de los Baños has stood out during different tours of the National Agriculture Group in this territory.
Addressing those present at the ceremony to commemorate the 66th anniversary of the attacks on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Cespedes barracks, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel denounced "before the people of Cuba and the world that the U.S. administration is aggressively acting to prevent the arrival of gasoline to the island. They want to cut our electricity, our water and even our air."
Caimito - The Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) accorded a warm welcome on Wednesday to the 50th Contingent of the Venceremos Brigade, at the Julio Antonio Mella International Camp, in Caimito, Artemisa Province.
Artemisa, Cuba - July 26 became a momentous date in history when in 1953, the revolutionary blood turned the date into the National Rebelliousness Day.
Artemisa, Cuba - The Base Business Unit (UEB) for the Recovery of Raw Materials in San Antonio de los Baños shows positive results at the end of the first half of 2019. Of the fourteen products to be recycled, eleven of them were over-fulfilled in that period. The recovery of products such as copper and steel were insufficient.
When summer arrives, a human force is responsible for the enjoyment of those who take advantage of this season to rest. Many people get involved in long working hours so that everyone has a happy summer. Then they appear, those that are often forgotten; however they are important pillars in the sociocultural development of this summer stage in Cuba.Read More
Bartolomé Maximiliano Moré Gutiérrez (Benny Moré) was one of the most transcendental Cuban musicians. He was born in the Pueblo Nuevo neighborhood in Santa Isabel de Las Lajas, in the former province of Las Villas, currently the province of Cienfuegos in central Cuba. He was the oldest of 18 brothers, from a humble and peasant Afro-Cuban family. Bartholomew learned to play the guitar during his childhood. According to the testimony of his mother, Virginia Moré, he manufactured his first instrument with a board and a spool of thread at the age of six. He left school when he was very young, to devote himself to the work of the field.Read More
The Museum of Humor in San Antonio de los Baños is one of the institutions of the municipality that adds several activities to the cultural program of the summer of 2019 in the Ariguanabo to make people laugh and reflect.Read More