Ancient emotions, valid today

These pandemic days, as tricky as they are, teach us many things, reveal a part.

Specters of the Mayab.

The colonial era in the Yucatan was a very propitious time for new magical thought.

Events in Merida at truly affordable prices

A wide cultural and artistic offer in Merida, at the “Daniel Ayala Perez” theatre. Dance,.

Two-thousand-year-old monument reveals mysteries of Mayan writing

GUATEMALA (Agencies) – A 2,000-year-old stele discovered in southwestern Guatemala revealed signs of the birth.

Stories of the Yucatán: The Great Jaguar

Maya legends are stories heard or told by the local families, passed from generation to.

Izamal a representation of the Cosmos

This week in “The Yucatan Awaits” a column by anthropologist Indalecio Cardeña Vázquez “Izamal… a representation of the cosmos”

The Mayan warrior queen who built the longest “Sac-be” in the Yucatán

A ruthless Maya warrior queen may have ordered the building of an elaborate road more.

Yucatan farmers continue to hunt jaguars to prevent them from eating livestock

Experts have indicated that ranch workers in Yucatan continue to hunt jaguars to prevent them.

La Casa de Montejo… History carved in stone.

More than 460 years old, with a fantastic aspect to our 21st century eyes, the.

Support for henequen workers a reality

“We are now being taken into account,” say the recipients Ebaristo Kantún Negrón knows the.

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Foreign Investors take 150 billion pesos out of Mexico

MEXICO (Times Media Mexico/El Universal) - Amid the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus, foreigners have begun to take their…

Mexico declares health emergency

Mexico declared a health emergency on Monday March 30th, and issued stricter rules aimed at containing the fast-spreading coronavirus after…

Vila announces mandatory closure of ‘non-essential’ businesses in Yucatan -VIDEO-

The governor of Yucatan, Mauricio Vila, implements new measures against covid-19.  MERIDA Yucatan (Times Media Mexico) – As of tomorrow, April…

When we thought we were gods

Someone sowed in our soul, fertile soil for myths, the dangerous idea that we were the owners of creation, and…

In Urban Spaces, Nature is Taking Advantage of the Coronavirus Lockdown to Roam the Streets

Across the globe, governments are mandating lockdowns, quarantines and social distancing measures in towns and cities. As more and more…