Construction Minister René Mesa Villafaña checked the progress of the investment process, the plan of the economy and the continuity of the Matanzas 325 Program in the province. The head of the sector learned about the investments in the housing program, of the completion of 1,381 houses, of which 338 by subsidy and 753 by… Continue Reading »
I confess that this man, in the preparation of the interview, had to go to his identity card to tell me the year of birth, although as he says laughing, “and that I’m still not senile.” Yes, that is Pascual Cruz Betancourt, a simple man and not embarrassed to say he is a peasant from… Continue Reading »
On Milanés Street, in front of the central Libertad Park, in Matanzas city, the Louvre Hotel is elegant and showy. To the delight of people in this municipality, it is the only institution of this type in Cuba with colonial characteristics, joining a building, furniture and decorative pieces of great architectural value. Recently, on the… Continue Reading »
The Fifth International Convention of Engineering in Cuba began its sessions this Thursday at the Plaza América Convention Center in Varadero. The first debates were directed to the Forum for the Conservation of Natural and Built Heritage with the conference of Dr. Alfredo Cabrera Hernández, of the COSTATENAS Group, of the University of Matanzas. “You… Continue Reading »
I live in a province of unparalleled natural, cultural and productive wealth. Matanzas is not the same as any region of the country and differs from the levels of socio-economic development achieved by similar regions in territorial extension and population. Not a few have a hard time understanding why we are different.
The Skidimore square will be one of the main attractions that the city of Matanzas will boast in the celebration of its 325th anniversary on October 12th. Located on the pedestrian promenade Narváez Street between City Hall and Santa Teresa, the entity currently in the construction phase will have as a corporate purpose the commercialization of handmade pieces.
It gathers the story that on November 23erd, 1959, 58 years ago, Commander Ernesto Che Guevara called and developed the first voluntary work in Cuba, which would remain as one of the imperishable contributions that the Heroic Guerrilla bequeathed to the Cuban people.
The workers of the Matanzas Agroforestry Company will produce more than five thousand wooden umbrellas for the Varadero tourist pole as part of the recovery actions following the passage of Hurricane Irma through the national territory, said Jorge Diaz Mirabal, director of the entity.
The Guanima Bridge, the youngest in the city of Matanzas, was opened to the pedestrian and vehicular passage, the 20 of the currents, two months before the established in the schedule of execution.
The Ministry of Agriculture in Cuba (MINAG) applies a gender strategy in its work system for the full realization and enjoyment of the rights of men and women, said Julia Muriel Escobar, director of cadres of that entity.