View of the Serafín Sánchez Park at sunset. (Photo: Oscar Alfonso Sosa).
In Sancti Spiritus there are several confluence sites, places that are distinguished by the almost permanent presence of people who come together to rest, talk and enjoy the surroundings Continue reading
The Conrado Bennítez Cinema is located across from the Serafín Sánchez Park. (Photo: gettyimages).
The building that shelters the Conrado Benitez Cinema of Sancti Spiritus was initially constructed to be a family house. Continue reading
Musa No. V remarks a millenary Chinese tradition practiced by all the countries of the world. (Photo: A. del Valle)
The Museum of Colonial Art of Sancti Spiritus is celebrating its birthday. The House of One Hundred Doors, as it is also known, will reach half a century of existence next October Continue reading
Cadillac One plays every Thursday night at Casa de la Guayabera. (Photo taken from Facebook).
The House of the Guayabera of Sancti Spiritus, one of the most recognized cultural centers of this ancient Cuban city, receives every Thursday night the musicians of the rock band Cadillac One Continue reading
The original entrance of the hotel was from what is today Luz y Caballero Street. (Photo: Escambray)
In front of the Serafín Sánchez Park, there is this building that for more than eighty years hosted the Perla de Cuba hotel, the only facility of the historic center originally constructed for such use. Continue reading
Coppelia undoubtedly contributes to enhance the beauty of the area. (Photo: Vicente Brito)
The Coppelia ice-cream shop of Sancti Spiritus has been re-opened after being submitted to refurbishment for almost four months. Continue reading
Topes de Collantes’s sundial is the only one in central Cuba. (Photo: Oscar Alfonso Sosa)
If you ever decide to visit Topes de Collantes, that wonderful site located in the Escambray Mountains range in Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus, you will not need to worry about bringing a watch with you. Continue reading