Spooky Mayan legends: here’s the story of the “La X’tabay”

The ancient Mayan story tells that in a small village lived two beautiful sisters, one.

Loltún and Balamcanché are the only two Yucatán archaeological sites still closed to the public

INAH authorities informed that several sections of the Loltún and Balamcanché caves are flooded. In.

New museum in Mérida will feature the “buried treasures” of the Maya Train

40 million pesos (US$2 million) will be invested in the construction of the Maya Train.

The Washington Post says Mexico’s Maya Train project “divides Maya people in its path”

Some residents of the village Vida y Esperanza worry about effect on the water supply,.

Yucatecan wants to promote Maya Ball Game among local young people

As a promoter of the Mayan ball game Pok ta Pok in his native Tahdzibichén,.

Yucatan receives a valuable collection of art and pre-Hispanic pieces from Álvar Carrillo Gil

The exhibition of recovered pieces is open to the public in the ‘Palacio Cantón’ Museum.

Cobá is officially declared “Zone of Archaeological Monuments”

On Thursday, July 21, the agreement to protect 267 hectares of the archaeological zone of.

The majestic archaeological site of Kulubá in Tizimín will open its doors to the public in 2023

A Maya archaeological zone that has been explored for some time and has not been.

The recently discovered archaeological zone of Xiol in Kanasín includes five monumental palaces

In Kanasín there is an archaeological zone called Xiol, which was discovered around 2015, but.

Three Things The Maya Taught Us – And We Forgot

Between 250 and 1500 AD, the Maya thrived in advanced agricultural communities spanning much of.

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Siglo XXI Convention Center to host boxing event on Saturday, October 8th

An undefeated Yucatecan and the presence of former world champions will be the main attraction of the boxing event on…

Hopelchén Mayor establishes alliance with Sefoet

In order to establish new strategic alliances in favor of Hopelchén's development and promotion, Mayor Emilio Lara Calderón held a…

Successful closing of “Yucatán Expone” in the Northern state of Chihuahua

Chihuahuenses were thrilled about Yucatecan clothing and gastronomy. They purchased more than 2,500 garments and consumed more than a ton,…

Mauricio Vila Dosal presents Yucatán as an ideal place for investment

To continue attracting investments to create more and better jobs for Yucatecans, Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal presented strategic projects and…

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Yucatán: Alleged sighting of a gorilla in the forest causes commotion in Chenkekén

The presence of a strange animal roaming the fields, which some claim is a gorilla, is causing a stir and…