Holguín is a city of Cuba, capital of the homonymous province since 1976. Until then it was part of the former Oriente province. It has been known historically as the City of Parks.

The most central park is Calixto García in the center of the city. Close to this park are: The Provincial Center of Art and Bayado galleries, a library, the Casa de la Trova club. There is also: the Martí cinema, the Eddy Suñol Theater, the Museum of the La Periquera Province, a science museum and a history museum.

The city can be seen from the hill Loma de La Cruz, in which there is a large crucifix, to reach the top of the hill you have to climb 450 steps. The archaeological caves in Holguín are extremely valuable for Cuba, there is a site of great importance with these co-aboriginal characteristics on the island.

The province of Holguín in Cuba was the scene of various visits by corsairs and pirates who came attracted by its wealth. It is for this known as the "Farallón Mayar de Seboruco", in which records of the Protoarchic culture have been found. In this place you can see pictograms drawn in black and white, with abstract and linear designs, it is the most archaic place with a settlement that in the province still conserves its own fortifications built at the time.

Constructions that were built to protect and strengthen the city from attacks and invasions by pirates and corsairs who sailed through the sea.

The tourist area is an important pillar in the economy of Holguín, in the province services have been developed and are maintained to attend this important economic area of ​​Cuba. Most of the services developed are adapted to cater mainly to foreign tourists.

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