The lecture “What We See and Do Not See: Bits of Colonial and Pre-Colombian History in Merida”, will be presented by Professor Jorge Rosado, this Saturday January 14th, at 11:30 am, as part of the MEL’s Saturday Lecture Series 2017.
The lecture will take at the Merida English Library Garden, and the addmission is free.
Jorge Rosado is trained as a lawyer and educator and has spent the last 32 years with his wife Joanna running the Tecnologia Turistica Total, a college which trains students in tourism and language.
His many years of experience giving tours of Mérida makes him the perfect guide, showing visitors the hidden treasures of the history and architecture of our beautiful colonial city.
Join Jorge and the people at the Mérida English Library for a fascinating lecture that will reveal the history of the sights we pass everyday.
This event is free and open to the public, donations accepted
MERIDA ENGLISH LIBRARY
Calle 53 #524 x 66 y 68, Centro
Mérida, Yucatan 97000 México
Hours of Operation –
Open Monday – Saturday: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Open Monday Evenings – 6:30 to 9:30 pm
Open Wednesdays – 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
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