Tag Archives: Matanzas

Cuba: Significant Slave Uprising 19th Century Remembered

Matanzas, Nov 6 – Authorities, researchers, figures and residents of this western province of Matanzas marked today the 171st anniversary of the slaves” revolt occurred in the Triunvirato sugar mill. Continue reading

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Unusual Sighting of Gray Dolphins in Cuban Bay

Unusual Sighting of Gray Dolphins in Cuban Bay

Unusual Sighting of Gray Dolphins in Cuban Bay

Matanzas, Cuba, Jul 5 –  Four bold gray dolphins, of a group of 10, made a rare foray into the Bay of Pigs (Bahia de Cochinos) in southern Matanzas province, 150 kilometers southeast of Havana. Continue reading

Modern oil Platform arrives in the Harbor of Matanzas

Modern oil Platform arrives in the Harbor of Matanzas

Modern oil Platform arrives in the Harbor of Matanzas

Cuba, June, 17 – An interesting piece of news increased the curiosity of the residents from Matanzas province who were witnesses of a different daybreak in their harbor: An impressive structure made of steel was moving forwards the centre of the inlet while it was being pulled by a powerful tug. Continue reading

Villa Clara for Cuban Baseball Title

Villa Clara for Cuban Baseball Title

Villa Clara for Cuban Baseball Title

Santa Clara, Jun 15  –  Villa Clara will play on its playground to try to get Matanzas on the ropes and get close to its 5th national championship in Cuban baseball. For the 3rd match, Villa Clara will depend on lefthander Yasmani Hernandez, while Matanzas will depend on righthander Jorge Alberto Martinez. Continue reading