Vicente García González provincial museum.

Like an urban postcard that greets visitors and locals alike, the eclectic blue building shades the architectural façade of the Balcón del Oriente Cubano (Eastern Cuban Balcony).

Magician Manuel Romero Gascó

He takes a paper boat in his hands and the transport becomes another figure, and another, and another... The magician Manuel Romero Gascó visited Las Tunas during the last Ánfora festival and I still seem to see him perform at the José Martí provincial library because good performances are not forgotten and, although one does not know for sure where the trick was and, although perhaps the little ones do not remember his name, surely - like me - they remember how he made them feel. That is why, mounted on an imaginary paper boat, I go back to look for it. Magic can do anything.

Café Cantante Recreation Center

The Café Cantante in Las Tunas began to provide services after a repair and maintenance process valued at six million pesos, which restored comfort to the establishment, available to the public from Tuesday to Sunday, between 8:00 pm and 2:00 am.

Performing arts workshop in Las Tunas

The Raúl Gómez García Hall (home of the Los Zahoríes Puppets Company) currently hosts the performing arts workshop Theories and Practices for an Analysis, intending to strengthen the performing arts movement in the province.

Las Tunas culture was present at the 3rd Industry and Commerce Fair.

The Las Tunas culture left its mark very well on the second day of the Industry and Commerce Fair, which continued on Friday at the Las Tunas Hotel and the Theme Park of this city in eastern Cuba; while business meetings and product launches continued.