“Tierra y Libertad” – 100 years after the death of Emiliano Zapata

On a day like today in 1919 Emiliano Zapata was killed. The guerrilla leader of.

Archaeologists discover cave under Chichén Itzá with hundreds of Mayan objects

 A team of experts entered a cave near Chichén Itzá where they found hundreds of.

The Mayans And Their Historical Periods… From Apogee To Downfall

“Come immerse yourself in the world of the Mayans, one of the magnificent cultures of.

Happy birthday Armando! Mérida will open a museum in honor of Armando Manzanero

Today, December 7th, 2018, Yucatan celebrates the 83rd birthday of the author of songs like.

Múusench’een: the cave where Maya priests have extracted “transcendental virgin water” for over 2,300 years

In Yucatan there are still ancient archaeological sites that remain in operation, such is the.

Yucatan wants to preserve Maya traditional medicine

In order to propose strategies that preserve and protect traditional medicine in Yucatan as a.

Uxmal Yucatan —The Legend of the Dwarf—

During the Uxmal Empire, it is said that an elderly sorceress lived in the city.

Sacred art stolen from Yucatecan churches

“The theft of sacred art in the country is not so frequent, but it occurs.

Tren Maya: Is this project going to benefit the Maya indigenous people?

One of the last stretches of railway construction in the Yucatan Peninsula began in 1879..

The San Miguel Redoubt

With the purpose of reinforcing the defense of the town of San Francisco de Campeche,.

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Yucatan String Quartet Thursday FEB. 27, 8 PM at Palacio de la Música

The Yucatan Times reminds you that this Thursday, February 27 at 8:00 p.m. you can have the pleasure of listening…

Meridanos say foreigners want to “privatize” the sidewalks

Because a house in Mérida, apparently own by foreigners, placed a sign asking people not to use their sidewalk as…

French citizen says police surveillance in Mérida is similar to that in Paris

When Faouzi Reggoune undertook the trip from France to Mexico to recover the bodies of his daughter Sarah and her…

Brazil confirms first case of Coronavirus in Latin America

Brazil Health Ministry confirms first coronavirus case in Latin America. The Brazilian government confirmed the first case of a fast-spreading new coronavirus…

Acid attacks in Mexico: corrosive gender-based violence

In Mexico, acid attacks are not considered a crime in the Federal Criminal Code, which prevents official knowledge of the…