Responsible entityMunicipality of Yapatera and House of Culture of Yapatera.
Promoted by the municipality of the town of Yapatera, backed by a local cultural institution and some neighbours, who promote the knowledge of the black heritage of the area through various activities of the House of Culture of Yapatera.
Settlement of slaves from Angola and Mozambique.
Expressions of intangible heritage associated
La Cumanana: On 26 November 2004, through resolution RDN 1255/INC-2004 of the Ministry of Culture, La Cumanana was declared cultural heritage of the nation, poetry and singing characteristic of the first black inhabitants who arrived to work in the haciendas.