Tonantzin… the deity behind “Our Lady of Guadalupe”

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

COVID Art Museum: artistic visual manifestations of an era

People have found different ways to deal with COVID-19 lockdown. Besides watching movies, taking virtual.

Cultural center “La68” will reopen its doors in Mérida

La68, one of the most iconic cultural centers of the city of Mérida, will open.

Little Yucatecan dancer wins a scholarship to specialize in Argentina

Great was the surprise of Xóchilt Cabañas Aguayo and David Chávez Chávez when they learned.

Promoting the creative economy in the state of Yucatan

About the project: The Ministry of Culture and Arts of the State of Yucatan proposes.

Was Santa Lucia the neighborhood of Africans in Merida?

One of the ideas generalized in the history of the colonial Yucatan, and of Merida,.

The archaeological zone of Dzibilchaltún will have light and sound

They will improve the light and sound of Uxmal and Dzibilchaltún The Board of Cultural.

Sargassum, affects the affluence of Chichén

“The low influx was not due to the rise in fees” “The influx of tourists.

Merida’s defenses against pirates

When talking about pirates in the Yucatan Peninsula, history always refers to the port of.

The origin of the word “Yucatan”.

The Yucatan Times welcomes acclaimed anthropologist and historian Dr. Jorge Victoria who as of this.

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AMLO authorizes states and private companies to buy COVID-19 vaccines

On Friday, January 22nd, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador authorized state governments and private companies to acquire and apply the…

More than 260 establishments have been closed for not respecting capacity rules in Q. Roo

In what is an open secret, in the tourist areas of the state, parties continue to be organized that do…

Chaya: the Yucatecan superfood with high nutritional content

Mérida, Yucatán (January 17, 2021) Thanks to the excellent chef Julio Ku, we were fortunate to savor one of the…

Mexico calls for DEA internal probe of “fabricated” case against ex-defense minister

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) should…

Canadian couple adopts Monarch butterfly stuck in Manitoba for the winter

Whether it was a decision to buck lepidopteran instinct or simply bad luck, somehow Freddy the monarch butterfly didn’t heed…