5 awesome things to do in Yucatan on Sunday

The Yucatan Peninsula is a vast coastal region filled with tropical beaches, spectacular wildlife, ancient.

Mayan medicine in danger of extinction

YAXCABA, Yucatán (El Universal) – Due to transculturation and the use of new technologies, the.

Did you know that back in the 1860s, France And America Almost Went To War Over Mexico?

America wanted an end to European meddling in North America. The continued presence of a.

Tonantzin… the deity behind “Our Lady of Guadalupe”

Our Lady of Guadalupe (In Spanish: Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe), is also known as the.

Yucatan, the state that was twice an independent country

You’ve probably heard that Yucatan has its own flag because it was once an independent.

The historical figure of “La Malinche” a character shrouded in myth

Malinche’s story can be interpreted in different ways. She has been known as the mother of.

Take a closer look at the Chicxulub Crater global extinction event

For the first time, a timeline reveals what happened in the minutes and hours after.

Disturbing Mayan deities associated with death and war

The Mayan civilization and culture are amongst the most interesting in history, but equally disturbing.

The oldest book written in the American Continent Is a Mayan guide to Astronomy

As the Mayan civilization was in decline, a diligent scribe was working on the oldest.

The Caste War of Yucatan

The Yucatan Peninsula is associated with its delicious food, such as the  “cochinita pibil”, or.

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The Conquest of the Maya… a long battle.

The definitive conquest of the Maya by the Spanish was a long process that lasted more than a century and…

Archaeological remains in Mérida must be preserved (INAH)

Merida Yucatan; January 23, 2020 (ACOM) .- With strong citizen participation, the rescue of parks with archaeological remains in Mérida…

Salvador Alvarado sports complex reopens its doors

After five months of remodeling works, the Salvador Alvarado Stadium was reopened on Saturday Jan. 18th, with the presence of…

Mérida joins UNESCO Creative Cities Network

The UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) is a project of UNESCO launched in 2004 to promote cooperation among cities which recognized creativity…

Mexican Superstars Los Tigres Del Norte join Latin celebration at Super Bowl LIV Feb. 2.

The legendary Regional Mexican band will appear during the opening of the Spanish broadcast in a special video presentation (filmed…