Africans, Maya, Spaniards and Yucatecans: relations, exchanges and contributions

Africans, Afro-descendants and pardos (descendants of Maya and Africans), lived in Yucatan during the Spanish.

“Surprising History” Is Now in Print

“Surprising History in Yucatán” appeared as a series of monthly articles in The Yucatan Times. .

IV Week of the History of Yucatan took place at Escuela Modelo in Mérida, Yuc.

The IV Week of the History of Yucatan took place at historic Escuela Modelo on March.

Yucatecan Francisco Cantón as the subject of a historical novel

“To know our history is to know ourselves” said Luis H. Rosado Baeza during the.

Yucatecan women and their role in history

Who are they? What do they do? How have they transformed Yucatan? These are just.

Guerra photographers capture Yucatecan history in 280 illustrations

The book “Fotografía Artística Guerra. Yucatán / Mexico“ presents the history of Yucatan from the.

Mayan pilgrimage center was discovered in Sac Actun underwater cave system

Recent investigations in the caves of Sac Actun revealed a ritual pilgrimage center and possible.

The Yucatán Governor Who Empowered Women

“Surprising History in Yucatán” Article 32, by Robert D. Temple…. Yucatán’s newly elected governor stepped out onto.

Palacio Cantón restoration works are almost done

MERIDA — The director of the Palacio Cantón Museum, Giovana Jaspersen García, proudly says that.

Yucatán’s First Highway

February 29, 1933.  After a long day of walking, Alfonso Villa Rojas arrived at the.

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OPINION: Campaign against “Noise” in Mérida Centro could have an electoral purpose

According to medium.com, the conflict generated by the loud volume of live music in bars and night entertainment centers in…

3 Mexican film students caught in gang turf battle end up murdered

Three vanished film students whose case had become emblematic of Mexico’s 30,000 missing people were killed after being caught unaware…

Chichen Itza and beyond: Mayan ruins in Yucatan, Mexico

According to CNN, Mexico is the North American nation with the most UNESCO World Heritage sites, thanks in large part to its…

Vegans make public demonstration in downtown Merida

On Saturday April 14, activists of Vegan Mérida, carreid out a public demonstration at "La Plaza Grande". This social group…

Valladolid highlights the wealth of Yucatan

The artisanal, cultural, gastronomic, architectural and natural wealth of Valladolid was present for the third consecutive year at the Tianguis…