Animal Communication Workshop: Learn how to effectively communicate with your pet

WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW WHAT DOES YOUR PET THINK? WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW.

How Lasers Are Transforming Our Understanding of the Ancient Maya

The Maya civilization flourished more than 1,000 years ago, but modern technology is only now.

Photographic exhibition “Women and Human Rights” on display in Mérida

The inauguration of the photographic exhibition “Women and Human Rights” was held at the Regional.

New U.S. consulate in Mérida to open in 2023

“The US diplomatic relationship with Mexico is one of the most important in the world.

Day of Indigenous Peoples Celebration: August 8, 9 and 10 in Teabo, Yucatan

During the celebration of the Day of Indigenous Peoples, that will be commemorated on August.

Papadzules: one of the oldest traditional Maya-Yucatecan dishes

Papadzules is a traditional dish from the Yucatán Peninsula resembling enchiladas. In its simplest form it.

Yucatecan researcher says the Tren Maya project should be considered an “Environmental Crime”

Once again, voices of alert arise in Yucatecan territory in reference to the infamous Tren.

CICY creates sustainable construction material from recycled tetrabrik

To replace metal sheets used in the construction industry, the Yucatan Scientific Research Center (CICY).

The Caste War of Yucatan

The Yucatan Peninsula is associated with its delicious food, such as the  “cochinita pibil”, or.

Yucatán, third national place in economic development (only below Nuevo León and Sinaloa)

Yucatan was positioned in the first quarter of 2019 as the third state nationwide with.

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Querida Familia Latina, the letter of solidarity from Latinx leaders

Actresses America Ferrera and Eva Longoria are leading a group of over 200 Latinx writers, artists, and leaders who have…

AMLO places his name on Mexico’s public school’s fifth-grade History Books

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has placed his name on Mexico's public school's fifth-grade History books, highlighting himself as…

Hurricanes are named after HURACÁN the Mayan god of wind, fire, and storms

When he becomes furious, nobody can control his rage. He descends from the clouds on his only leg, and his…

Would you like to know all about the ‘Yucatan Green Gold Era’ ?

Sotuta de Peón, once one of the largest hacienda plantations for the production of natural fiber rope, was established in…

Real Estate company from Monterrey to invest 254.3 million USD in Mérida

The Monterrey company 'Misión Obispado' will invest 5 billion pesos (254.3 million USD) to develop more than 4 thousand homes…