It is a rich mix of several traditional festivals and artistic manifestations of the 18th century. Many of these manifestations of popular culture have been saved.
The city is characterized by its material and intangible culture, architecture, music, visual arts, dance, theater and history. The African influence has been very pronounced in the population since the first years of misrepresentation.
Traditional Trinitarian festivals are linked to our history: we celebrate Cultural Week in January, which coincides with the date of the town's founding.
Later, Holy Week or Good Friday with the procession of the cross, which the locals expect with much joy.
In June they are called Fiestas Sanjuaneras.
In December, the liberation of the city is celebrated with an international night marathon. In general, popular festivals in Trinidad offer a unique staging of our deeply rooted history and traditions.
Great place to listen to the best Cuban music in Trinidad and enjoy a good drink.
The top of the stairs is one of the recently restored buildings of architectural value, known as Casa de la Loma.
The gallery consists of three temporary exhibition spaces for Trinitarian art. In one of the rooms above there is an exhibition of lingerie, a representative tradition of Trinidad, as well as other craft manifestations. In addition to the exhibition halls, guided tours, conferences, meetings with artists and personal and collective exhibitions are offered.
It offers a complete cultural product, with various services that promote music, Cuban dances, plastic arts, Spanish language teaching and archeology, among other artistic manifestations.
Folk and folk dance classes, dance shows, as well as activities and shows are offered.
Inside there is a valuable collection of objects from the 19th century. It consists of fourteen rooms that exhibit decorative works of art, such as crockery, antique furniture, porcelain, silverware, lingerie and other luxury items of the time.
The museum consists of eight rooms, in which objects of the aboriginal peoples of the central-southern region of Cuba are exhibited chronologically. The sample contains human skeletal remains, texts and illustrations that comment on the understanding of the objects.
It has eight exhibition halls where you can discover local architecture and the works of artists and artisans. It is also possible to explore the streets of the city accompanied by a specialized guide to learn more about the history of the houses and squares of Trinidad, an authentic city museum.
The museum is divided into four rooms, the first one is similar to the palace furnished in the last century. The following rooms show the evolution of the history of the city, an arsenal that shows fortifications in the port and artillery with protection cannons against pirates and buccaneers, and another room dedicated to the sugar industry and the basic economic base of the village. One of the biggest attractions of the Trinidad City Museum is the magnificent view of the city it offers from its tower.
Opened in 1984, the museum uses photographs, maps, weapons and other objects to show the struggle of Castro's militias against the counterrevolutionary gangs that operated in the Sierra de Escambray in the 1960s.
With a neoclassical interior aspect, it is of particular interest to show on its side altar a carved image of 18th-century Christ by Vera Cruz, with the main altar of light wood carved in neo-Gothic style.
The city of Sancti Spíritus is one of the cities where architectural and urban stratigraphy nuances the work of man in his historical path.
The irregular and spontaneous urban design that the city has acquired over the years has its origin in the topography of the settlement area and in the peculiarity of the colonialists. Streets, winding and narrow streets with closed perspectives, a system of squares and squares that surprise passersby, and the bell tower of the main church as a reference form the most prominent elements of the structure of the street of the colonial road.
Then there are the urban transformations and expansions with their regular chess board pattern and the overlapping of different periods and styles in their architecture, which influence the time course, the gradual management of their own cultural identity, which shape< / p>