Society in Trinidad, Cuba
Trinidad, the City Museum of the Caribbean Sea treasures one of the most genuine colonial urban-architectural complexes in the country, in which the main reason for its beauty resides, to this is its excellent conservation and that of its Sugar Mills Valley.
Composed of 6 popular councils the Trinitarian village has a population of more than 50 740 inhabitants, whose well-being is the highest priority of the government and state leadership in the province composed by the PCC and People's Power, services as vital as the Education and health receive it free of charge as well as the right to practice sport and the religion they profess, Trinidad is a town of purely religious roots that holds firm the decision to treasure its legacy.
Society in Sancti Spíritus, Cuba
Sancti Spíritus is located in the center of Cuba, also known as the ¨Villa of the Espíritu Santo¨ or ¨La Villa del Yayabo¨, in allusion to the river of the same name that crosses it. It is a city and a municipality of Cuba located in the central zone of the island, and capital of the province of the same name. The name that corresponds to its inhabitants is "espirituanas" - "espirituanos" and also "yayaberas" - "yayaberos".
Composed of 14 popular councils the village has a population of more than 141 970 inhabitants, whose welfare is the top priority of the government and state leadership in the province composed by the Central Party Committee (PCC) and the People's Power Assembly.
Sancti Spíritus is one of the most beautiful architectural complexes of Cuba. Its historic center, the Iglesia Parroquial Mayor (Major Parish Church) and the bridge over the Yayabo River, constitute majestic national monuments and show themselves as faithful exponents of the colonial architecture.
In the municipality of Sancti Spíritus we can find schools, health care centers, a modern housing and industrial zone are built too, essentially related to the food and construction branches, while in their countryside areas farmers work the land in order to produce foods.
Vital services such as education and health are free of charge just like in the rest of the country. On the other hand people have the right to practice sports and the religion they profess.