The Holguín squares system, declared Protection Zone in 2014, renews its image through an investment program, as part of the work to preserve the heritage in this eastern territory.
Among the squares included in the project are the Julio Grave de Peralta Park or Las Flores, the Carlos Manuel de Céspedes , also known as San José, the José Martí and the Rubén Bravo children's playground, located in the historic center of the city.
The project includes the renovation of banks, floor slabs and perimeter fences, said to the local media Felix Abreu, an official of the Communal Services Company.
The strategy to preserve the heritage also includes the substitution of the luminaries and the incorporation of fences to protect the gardening.
Hiram Pérez, director of the Provincial Monuments Office, stressed that the program includes lectures, conferences and film screenings about the importance of these sites to safeguard national identity.
The city of Holguin has about 300 parks, domestic constructions and heritage buildings, among which stand out the former House of Government, today Provincial Museum of History La Periquera. / AIN