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Jardines del Rey Airport receives record number of flights

The number of flights arriving each week to the Cayo Coco Jardines del Rey International Airport rose to a record high of 41, with the arrival of an aircraft from the Blue Panorama airline, which resumed direct flights between the Italian city of Milan and this tourist region of northern Ciego de Ávila

A crystal tower in Jardines del Rey

As one of a kind in Latin America, the structure represents a new attraction for this destination on Cuba’s northern coast

Jardines del Rey set for the summer season

After one of its best high seasons, actions now being undertaken in Jardines del Rey are focused on product promotion and marketing as well as diversifying offers in order to provide visitors, above all national vacationers, with truly enjoyable experiences

The wrath of loving men

Lázaro Martínez Pérez, a humble man from Ciego de Ávila, recounts, with confidence and modesty, the story of how 40 years ago he faced enemy planes unloading their fury on residents of a small Angolan enclave, an event the world knows as the Cassinga Massacre

We must have an economically sound sugar harvest

Party Central Committee Second Secretary José Ramón Machado Ventura toured various sugar producing areas and mills in the country’s central region.

Charcoal making: No easy task

According to Jorge Sánchez González, export director of the enterprise, Cuban charcoal is popular among clients in Italy, Greece, Turkey and Portugal

Scenes from Election Day

The Cuban people were the protagonists of elections on Sunday March 11. Granma offers readers stories and anecdotes from across the entire island on Election Day

All of Cuba in Baracoa

A team of reporters follows Hurricane Matthew's trail through the country's eastern provinces • Just when you think you've seen it all, another demonstration of solidarity appears

Quality and rigor to characterize the upcoming school year

CIEGO DE ÁVILA.—The country has the necessary study materials and resources, including those which are imported, to commence the 2016-2017 school year this September 5, during which quality and rigor will be among the top priorities to strengthen the teaching/learning process.