The silver dove is kept at the Provincial History Museum of Sancti Spiritus. (Photo: Escambray)
The Village of the Holy Spirit (Sancti Spiritus), located in the center of the beautiful Cuban island, has several identifying symbols, since there are several sites that come to our minds when we are asked about it. Continue reading
Sancti Spiritus granted venue of the 26th of July for second time (Photo: Vicente Brito)
Sancti Spiritus or the Village of the Holy Spirit, as it is also known, dresses up again in red and black to show that it is the best province of Cuba, thus becoming the venue of the 26th of July commemoration. Continue reading
The area next to the Yayabo Bridge and the Principal Theater are being refurbished (Photo: A. del Valle)
The Village of the Holy Spirit (Sancti Spiritus) refuses to get older. Despite its 502 years of age, the city fights hard to look pretty, and this happens over and over again every time a new founding anniversary approaches. Continue reading
Inhabitants of Sancti Spiritus are also named after the river of the town. (Photo: A. del Valle)
That’s correct. “Espirituanos” is the name given to the inhabitants of Sancti Spiritus or the Village of the Holy Spirit, which is the same thing. Continue reading
The “balneario” bridge and surrounding areas are being improved prior to the 502 anniversary of the village. Photo: A. del Valle.
On occasion of the 500th foundation anniversary of Sancti Spiritus —also known as the Village of the Holy Spirit—, a broad rehabilitation program was agreed upon in order to restore and embellish the town. Continue reading
The guayabera museum was opened in the former Quinta Santa Elena Restaurant. Photo: A. del Valle.
Sancti Spiritus Casa de la Guayabera (House of the Guayabera Shirt), which was first opened in 2012, exhibits a collection of such shirts received from Cuban and foreign personalities. Continue reading
Rafael González Morales’s Tiempo de nueva luz (Time of new light).
Bicycles can be “useful” even after they’re not useful anymore, when its useful life is over, I mean. Continue reading