Rehabilitation of the trails, pruning and brush removal, are some of the maintenance works carried out at the Chichén Itza archaeological zone.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, Chichén Itzá was forced to be temporarily closed. Without the impact of thousands of both local and international visitors, this is a great opportunity to improve the archaeological zone, where three dozen workers are “beautifying” the site.
“The works consisted of the rehabilitation of the trails for the better circulation of people and the disabled, the pruning of dry trees and the removal of the weeds from the archaeological structures”, reported Marco Antonio Santos Ramírez, director of the Chichén Itzá archaeological site.
As the days go by, the archaeological site, with its roads recovered, is getting ready to receive again millions of tourists who visit Chichén each year, once the health contingency ends, and everyting goes back to normal.
Source: The Riviera Maya Times
more recommended stories
China has high hopes of a better bilateral relationship with the US under Biden
BEIJING (AP) — On Thursday, January.
Tech “Big Boys” declare support for President Biden
Apple, Google, and Twitter have publicly.
Fire at headquarters of world’s largest Covid-19 vaccine manufacturer
The fire broke out at the.
Second shipment of vaccines arrives in Yucatan
The State Secretariat of Health (SSY),.
Brazilian influencer who denied Covid existence is in the hospital intubated
Ygona Moura, a Brazilian influencer, who.
Merida’s airport will provide Covid testing to travelers ease
Mérida, Yucatán .-The new Covid-19 testing.
Obligatory facemasks and no more wall: Biden’s first tasks as president
Making his debut from the Oval.
Cases of scabies in people put Quintana Roo in the spotlight
The state ended 2020 with more.
Depression figures drastically decrease in the state
Pandemic may “mask” figures in the.
‘Worse than we imagined’: Trump leaves Biden a true COVID nightmare
Twelve minutes before noon on Wednesday,.