To protect the archaeological sites identified in the territory should be a priority

Aliec Justo Bosh, a young specialist at the Fernando García Grave de Peralta Museum in Puerto Padre, confessed to 26 that he is passionate about archaeology.

2023 was declared the International Year of Millets

In the province of Las Tunas, millets, an extraordinary cereal that has more protein and fat than many of its congeners, including rice, is almost unheard of. Nevertheless, this crop is beginning to occupy small spaces on the land of some producers.

Hurricane Flora, October 1963.

On 4 October 1963, Hurricane Flora entered Cuba, classified as the second-biggest disaster ever recorded in the country. It moved across the eastern part of the island, making a loop over what are now the provinces of Las Tunas, Granma, Holguín, and Camagüey. The torrential rains caused unprecedented flooding and caused the death of approximately two thousand people and serious material damage.

47 years have passed since Barbados Crime but pain remains intact.

Uncertainty gave way to certainty, and then to eternal pain; to the longing to see them arrive as they had dreamed, on October 6, 1976, when reality abruptly broke.

Petronila, the cane cutter.

This Monday, October 2, Petronila Alejandrina Almaguer Rojas, the Cuban Queen of the Mocha, Heroine of Labor, and a legend of Las Tunas, passed away in the city of Puerto Padre.