The woman who owned Chichén Itzá… Part II

Carmen Barbachano y Gomez Rul… A Remembrance Part II Adulthood to Maturity When she returned.

Carmen Barbachano y Gomez Rul, the woman who owned Chichén Itzá… A Remembrance

Carmen Barbachano y Gomez Rul – 1930-2019 By Evan J. Albright Born of Yucatecan entrepreneur.

Chichen Itza and other archeological sites register a drop in the number of visits

Three of the five main archaeological sites in the state of Yucatan had registered a.

Female hands give Chichén Itzá its ancient splendor

CHICHÉN ITZÁ Yucatán – (Efe) – The intense sun rays heat up the archaeological zone.

“Kukulkán Perrito Rescue Operation” at Chichén Itza archaeological site

In order to continue with the so-called “Perrito Rescue Operation”, the director of the Board.

Mérida: one of the most searched tourist destinations worldwide in 2019

Skyscanner, placed Mérida, Yucatán in the 12th place of the most searched destinations worldwide to.

First commercial flight to land at the Chichen Itza Interntional Airport today

The director of the Chichén Itzá International Airport, Jorge Carlos González Rodríguez, confirmed that today,.

Come to the Yucatan…

Standing barefoot on a wooden jetty on Mexico‘s Yucatan Peninsula, I am being helped, one leg.

Japanese Emperor Naruhito has visited the Yucatán twice

Yucatan is a magnet for world royalty. The visitors that our state has welcomed over.

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.

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Campeche Prosecutor’s Office carried out a search warrant in the house of “Alito” Moreno

The Campeche Prosecutor's Office carried out a search warrant in the house of the PRI national leader Alejandro 'Alito' Moreno…

After a shark attack, teenager will have her leg amputated in Florida

The teenager who survived a shark attack last week near Tallahassee, Florida, now faces an upcoming surgery to amputate one of her…

Hurricane Bonnie drops heavy rain on the Mexican Pacific Coast but causes little damage

Hurricane Bonnie moved roughly parallel to Mexico’s Pacific coast on Monday, July 4th after crossing over Central America from the…

US Immigration detention facility near empty

A sprawling, privately run detention center in the wind-swept California desert town of Adelanto could house nearly 2,000 migrants facing…

Expansion of the Port of Progreso will increase its capacity by 6%

According to the Master Program of Operations for the expansion of the Port of Progreso, it is expected to increase…