The oldest and largest Mayan monumental structure known to date discovered.

Researchers relate the construction to the transition from an itinerant lifestyle to a more sedentary.

Mayan beekeepers vs. Monsanto and AMLO’s Train

The company’s illegal agro-industrial practices and now the Mayan Train have made the bees disappear..

Tulum Cenote Reveals 10,500-Year-Old Secrets

Scientists from UNAM’s Geology and Anthropological Research Institutes, together with members of INAH, participated in.

Jacinto Canek And His Cruel And Unusual Punishment.

While thinking about a topic for this article, it came to mind the case of.

Gonzalo Guerrero, the renegade Spanish soldier.

The Yucatan Times presents today in “Yucatan Awaits” a column by Anthropologist, researcher and writer Indalecio Cardeña Vázquez…

Maintenance works are carried out in Chichén Itzá

Rehabilitation of the trails, pruning and brush removal, are some of the maintenance works carried.

Chichén Itza and Uxmal are being disinfected so the areas remain free of Covid-19

The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) reported that the sanitation and disinfection of.

Spring equinox in Dzibilchaltun (VIDEO)

Mérida, Yucatán.- The sun arrived on time for his appointment at the temple of the.

Despite Covid-19 fear, thousands of tourists gathered in Chichén Itzá on March 19th

On the last day it was still open to the public, thousands of tourists visited.

Chichén Itzá became the most visited archaeological site in the country overtaking Teotihuacán

MÉRIDA, March 19, 2020.- “For the first time, Chichén Itzá became the most visited archaeological.

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Yucatan governor demands greater punishment for those who commit femicide

During his annual report of results, Mauricio Vila Dosal, governor of Yucatán, reported that in adherence to his campaign commitment…

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…