Merida´s Montejo Monument, vandalized as protest for Columbus Day, no detainees

The protesters, who called themselves Maya descendants, also spoke out against the Maya train and.

Protesters tried to plant a Ceiba tree in front of the Montejo monument

Mérida, Yucatán (Oct. 12th).- A group of people that call themselves “Those who do not.

Columbus Day? Not in Mexico… Here we celebrate “Día de la Raza”

Columbus Day commemorates the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the New World on October 12, 1492..

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Mexican Army ‘watches over’ Mayan Train critics and relatives of the 43 students: Guacamaya hackers

The Guacamaya is made up of anonymous elements, they claim to be social justice warriors and use hacking to expose…

Calle 47 in Mérida’s Centro to become the new “gastronomic corridor”

What is the history of 47th Street in Mérida's Centro? Controversies and stories surround this street, waiting to become a…

Birth certificates in Yucatán could be in Mayan language

Birth certificates issued in Yucatán could be written in the Maya language if requested by any citizen. Juan Collí Pinto,…

Huevos Motuleños: from Motul to the World

From Motul to your table! Let´s talk about the delicious traditional breakfast eggs from Motul, a little town in Yucatán.…

Spooky Mayan legends: here’s the story of the “La X’tabay”

The ancient Mayan story tells that in a small village lived two beautiful sisters, one known as Xkeban which meant sinful woman…