Autumn equinox in Chichén Itzá: the feathered serpent makes a triumphal entry

Summer got behind us to make way for Autumn, the exact time in Mexico was.

INAH identifies the first Maya slave shipwreck in Mexico

Sisal, Yucatan (September 15, 2020).- Two nautical miles (3.7 km) from this Yucatecan port, a.

Chichen Itza reopens Sept. 22

The Ministry of Culture of the Federal Government, through the National Institute of Anthropology and.

‘Ruta Maya’ will travel through 15 countries to unite Latin American peoples

The tour will start in 2021 in Mexico and will culminate on Inca territory, Peru.

Archaeological sites of Quintana Roo getting ready to reopen

The 13 archaeological sites of Quintana Roo are getting ready for a gradual reopening, after.

Aniceto May Tun, guardian of the Sacred Book of Maya, passed away at age 112

Aniceto May Tun, scribe at the Tixcacal Guardia Ceremonial Center and the only one allowed.

The Yucatecan who teaches Mayan at TikTok

His name is Santos Tuz, and he is studying to be an elementary school teacher.

Huehuecóyotl, the erotic god worshipped by the ancient Mexicans

The bisexual divinity is related to music, cheating, gossip, adult wisdom, and pleasure. MEXICO (Infobae).

Prehistoric ocher mine found in Quintana Roo underwater cave

El Universal (July 6, 2020).- Experts and cave divers in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula have found.

Mexican archaeologists warn funding cuts to threaten ancient sites

The Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador has often boasted of the strength and longevity.

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One of the Twin Houses of Paseo Montejo opens to the public as a museum

The place preserves 1911 intact the decoration and furniture. Now the place is called Montejo 495 Casa Museo and it…

Yucatan hoteliers agonize during the “January Slope”

The arrival of tourism to the entity remained slow in the first fortnight of the month after a hotel occupancy…

3 thousand jobs lost in Yucatan in December 2020

In December 2020, 2,999 jobs registered with the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) were lost, a reduction of 0.82…

Trump’s return to the business world looks ‘very dark’.

New York City's recent decision to terminate the contracts with Donald Trump's organization reflects the rejection that his figure arouses…

Strange Bedfellows: Climate Disaster and the Financial Sector

Following decades of activism, shifts in shareholder preference, and developments within sustainable energy, big banks are finally ditching the fossil…