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The Milk Bridge over El Yayabo River
2012.07.13 - 21:39:27

The oldest bridge in Cuba is the one over the Yayabo river, which is the largest tributary of the Zaza river. Both rivers seem to embrace the monumental and legendary city of Sancti Spiritus (Holy Spirit) in central Cuba –the only name of a Cuban municipality, capital city and province that is written in Latin. ... more >>
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The Freedom Cave
2012.07.12 - 23:31:16

The cave, also called the freedom cave, was used as a shelter by persecuted Indians, runaway slaves and the mambises –name given to the men and women who fought during the wars of independence from Spain in the late 1880s. ... more >>
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He Who Left Seville, Lost His Chair/The Absent Will Not Be the Heir
2012.07.12 - 23:26:04

The Spanish saying… El que fue a Sevilla perdió la silla, literally He who left Seville, lost his chair, has been equated to the English proverb The Absent Will Not Be the Heir. ... more >>
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Put Your hand over Here Macorina
2012.07.12 - 23:18:27

The first woman in the Americas to ever drive an automobile was Cuban. She lived in Havana; her name was Maria Calvo Nodarse, but she was called the Macorina. ... more >>
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Cows, Sacred in India
2012.07.11 - 21:57:50

The fact that cows have remain a sacred animal in India, despite the Mongol and British Empires, the 64 years of the Republic and modern life, amazes everyone. Cows are still loved and respected throughout villages and cities. ... more >>
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Women Started Wearing Pants
2012.07.10 - 16:54:01

Nowadays no one is taken by surprise when seeing a girl or a respectable lady wearing a comfortable pair of jeans, also called pitusas in Cuba. Women wear them to go on a walk or to go to work. A commonplace today, but it was quite a sensation when they were first introduced in Europe. ... more >>
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When and Where Bureaucracy Got Started in Cuba
2012.07.08 - 09:23:08

The first women’s strike in Cuba occurred on May 1909, just a few months after the inauguration of José Miguel Gómez (called The Shark) as President, following the American Intervention, which ended on January 28, 1909. ... more >>
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New Year’s Traditions
2012.07.06 - 21:28:56

A grandmother with grey hair, mother-of-perl skin, and large glossy eyes: that’s Tradition. ... more >>
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Napoleon Bonaparte in Havana
2012.06.30 - 09:54:50

The Museum is located in the house that belonged to Orestes Ferrara y Marino, an Italian lawyer who taught at the University of Havana. He came to Cuba as a young man in the late 1880s, fought in the War of Independence from Spain and became a General. ... more >>
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Cuba’s National Hotel: Its Guests
2012.06.28 - 23:44:40

The hotel was built over a strategic hill used by the Spanish army as a post to defend the city from pirate attacks. ... more >>
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A Few Interesting Notes for this Summer
2012.06.24 - 20:01:59

The highest temperature ever reported in the world was 55⁰ Celsius [131⁰ Fearaheit] in Libya, on September 2nd, 1992. ... more >>
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Cuba, the One Island in the Caribbean with More Plant Diversity and Endemism
2012.06.21 - 20:49:59

Some rightfully say Cuba is a garden. Unlike any other island in the Caribbean, Cuba has more than 700 plant species registered, and many are endemic. ... more >>
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