15. September 2018 · Comments Off on In Cuban · Categories: News · Tags:

Even wildlife could be a danger, because although there are no reports of such accidents, the moray eels, sharks and crocodiles with our two species: Cocodrilus acutus (commonly called American crocodile) and C. rhombifer, (also called Cuban crocodile), which are potentially dangerous animals and you have to take into consideration the remote possibility indeed attack by themselves. Other types of coasts of Cuba, as fascinating as those that are archipelagos, are high and steep coasts. In them there is no wide Island platform, but the best beaches and systems of marine terraces, bays of bags and narrow Plains where geographical elements of great interest, as almost desert areas and extensive areas of limestone where abound curious species of flora can be found are common and the Wildlife, in particular the fascinating iguanas and turtles. Both types of costs are not placed randomly, but rather are distributed on a regular basis. Knowing these types of coasts and knowing them is important in making a correct planning of the time of holidays based on our interests, especially for lovers of the sea and its natural elements to identify on maps that are commonly offered in the country.

How learn the above?. Very easy. Both in the North Coast and in the South both types of coasts are alternated. You just need to identify the end-points that limit both coasts and determine its geogtraficos elements on any map. In Cuban schools to these spaces that limit both types of coasts are called tranches.

There are nine of these sections, four North and five in the South. A map that can well be used for these purposes already has been recommended for these purposes. We refer to the guide road (Road book), a special publication of the tourist directory of Cuba very updated. The extreme points to We must locate, starting with the northern coast and in direction to the East, are the following: A first section which extends from the Cape of San Antonio to the tip of the Governor, near the town of Bahia Honda, in the homonymous Bay.

25. April 2016 · Comments Off on Cultural Changes · Categories: News · Tags:

Long ago and far away the traditional school treasured its essential truths in books and student obtained memory rigorous knowledge or categorical truths. Transmitting a static erudition. What was taught remained current through the years. Not produced the amazing changes that shake our time: Science tear their usual robes and interweave their fields. Classical geometry has been escorted by other metaphysical and Relativistic arguments, something similar has happened with the logic, the scientific truths are surpassed by new ones. From Heisenberg1, he has been wobbly structure of State Science and four-dimensional geometry has opened thought to unimaginable dimensions. We today have to transmit is shown in continuous change and must be transmitted in movement.

Live a dynamic culture whose characteristic is the great movement of his truths. Static had defined and definitive truths. The evolutionary condition in a dynamic culture, is the follow revealing always, even at the expense of unauthorize recently discovered knowledge. These manifestations of erudition and knowledge used to be regarded as immutable and irreversible. So much so was that even the relatively changing contents were taught in a rigorous manner. This culture could say it made sense to some near years at the end of the last millennium. In our days, ten years are equivalent to a century of yesteryear.

Little it could serve to store a large amount of data that change on a daily basis and which can be retrieved by pressing a button. If the man is intended as possessor of a pattern of behavior, as intelligent entity, and not encyclopedia, it is much more important to having the capacity or ability to discover that ignores. That you can consistently analyze reality, their own environment, which handle the principles and not the versatile data, that is suitable for creating a table or schema capable of analyzing any reality to consider, and not only to convey what others exposed.

10. March 2014 · Comments Off on Indians Papagos · Categories: News · Tags:

Palacio Municipal beautiful building that cradles the center of municipal government. With beautiful stained glass and engravings that reflect the history of the municipality and the State. Due to their historical passages Magdalena de Kino has much to offer: culture, history, Mexican and international food, rest areas, campsites and traditional celebrations where people are willing to receive national and international tourists to tell the story that fills with emotion and sundry. Economiacon a semi-hot climate, one of the most pleasant of the State of Sonora, a variety of services and many tourist places of history and tradition, guarantees a stay pleasant and educational. Agriculture in the municipality continues to be a strong pillar of the economy and an important source of employment.

In the last agricultural cycle was sown 1,341 hectares, of which 1,142 are of irrigation and 199 are temporary. Harvested vegetables, fruit plants, fodder, wheat, maize grain, beans and sorghum. Hydraulic infrastructure which is used for irrigation is the dam of plaster; There are also 9 wells; an I arivechi and a Filter Gallery in the mission. Livestock has a surface of 139,311 hectares of rangeland. It comprises an animal production of 19,115 heads of cattle. Industry is an important factor in the development of the municipality since it generates 2,085 jobs, highlighting these in maquiladora companies; In addition, food, beverages, construction industry and the furniture industry. HistoryIn the past the territory was inhabited by Indians Papagos and Pimas high.

In 1687, with the arrival of Father Eusebio Francisco Kino in Sonora began to found the first missions fruit of tireless work. The municipal seat was founded at the beginning of the 17TH century by the Lieutenant Juan Bautista Escalante. He was awarded the title of city by Decree 1. in December 1923. Santa Maria Magdalena de Buquivaba was the name that took until in 1966 it changed its name to Magdalena de Kino.