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Avilanian museum of the sugar agro industry honored

There are several spaces that are part of the Sugar Agro industry Museum, a cultural institution located in the Patria Popular Council, in the municipality of Morón, and that contribute to keep alive the historical memory related to one of the fundamental economic activities of our country until the end of the 20th century.

According to Belkis Arias, technician and guide of the museum, the main sections include the history room, the mount of the flags and the rustic area, a space where the sugar mill is located and where customers can interact with the in situ demonstration of how sugar cane was milled when slave labor was used for that purpose.

Also included are the areas of the tilter, the mill and mechanization, the latter a site of great historical relevance if one takes into account that the central Patria was a pioneer in this activity in the country, a process that began in this agro-industrial complex on December 20, 1962 under the supervision of the then Minister of Industries, Ernesto Che Guevara.

It is, therefore, an essential institution to learn about our culture, and a must-visit place not only for foreign clients who travel to our country in search of understanding a little more about the modus vivendi of Cubans, but also for all the children of this land in the midst of the vicissitudes imposed by globalization.

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