Archaeological site of Chichén Itza at risk of losing UNESCO’s recognition

The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) lacks legal powers and has declared itself.

Tunich Craft Fair  ready to kick off on Friday July 26

Starting next Friday, July 26 and until Sunday, August 4, another edition of the Tunich.

Craft vendors of Chichén Itzá: should they stay or should they go?

Artisans of Chichén Itzá continue to await a dignified space to work and offer their.

Sales of arts & crafts increase by 10% during Day of The Dead week in Valladolid

Artisans who participate in the municipal tianguis Domingos Vallisoletanos, in the main park, reported  that.

Yucatecan artisans seek help finding new markets

Women of Tekax, Yucatán forced to sell at low prices in order to move their.

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Yucatán stands out at the 2019 Mexbest Awards

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Cases of animal cruelty continue on the rise all over the Yucatan

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Mexico makes arrests in last week’s massacre of 3 women, 6 children

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Sustainable “Cenote Diving” Festival looks to boost economy and create awareness in Yucatan

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