Tag Archives: Serapio

Francisquito, what time is it?


A child friend poses next to Francisquito on occasion of his birthday. (Photo: Yamilet Trelles).

Fracisco Polanco Guerrero, best known as Francisquito, is one of Sancti Spiritus late popular personalities immortalized with a statue at the local boulevard. Continue reading

Who’s that at the entrance of Sancti Spiritus boulevard?


Serapio was a very modest man, who walked up and down the streets almost unnoticed for a very long time. (Photo: Vicente Brito)

The boulevard of Sancti Spiritus is one of the attractions of this central Cuban city, one of the first seven villages founded by Spanish colonizers in the island. Continue reading