Historical synthesis
Introduction
Símbolos identitarios de la agroindustria azucarera

The production of cane, sugar, derivatives and the world surrounding these activities have been closely related and intertwined with the deepest roots of culture, identity and formation of the Cuban nation in the political, economic and social order.
Say sugar industry and we are talking about whites, blacks, mulattos, Chinese, Yucatecans and others.
Say sugar industry and we are talking about the five senses of humans identified by sound, sight, smell, taste and touch.
Say sugar industry and we are talking about bell, fireplace, semicircular arch, landscape, whistle, miscegenation and batey.
Say sugar industry and we are talking about plantation cultivation, slavery, freedom to slaves, machete load, incendiary tea, latifundio, sugar differential, strikes, struggles, feats, leaders, riches, poverty, music, baseball, sugar mill, sugar mill, central, flexible industry, finally national history.
Say sugar industry and we are talking about rail, buildings, roads, guardrails, transportation, carpentry, irrigation systems, communications, machinery, foundries, food production, services, economic locomotive.