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Controversy grows as two auction houses in Paris prepare to sell 50 pieces of Mesoamerican art.
When one hears the word “Olmec” the first image to come to mind is that of colossal stone heads shrouded by the...
Though part of the Mayan world, archaeological sites in El Salvador have largely remained unvisited by all but the most avid adventurers. But this tiny country boasts several interesting sites full of unique features and blends of cultural traditions.
Exactly one year ago we at Yucatán Magazine published the first in what would become a series of archaeology articles called Archaeology Monday.
Lol-Tún is a cave and archaeological site located in the municipality of Oxkutzcab, in Yucatán's south.
Artists in China have created a replica of the Pyramid of Kukulcán made entirely out of ice.
After 19 months of being closed to the public over concerns of COVID-19 infections, the archaeological site of Kabah is now open to visitors.
Archaeological evidence suggests that Xunantunich was the capital of the Belize Valley, an extremely fertile area for agriculture thanks to the quality of its land and the abundant water of the Mopan River.
The ancient city of Altun Há was once one of the most important Mayan cities in Northern Belize. Today it’s among the most visited attractions in this tiny Central American country, especially by cruisegoers arriving at Belize city's nearby port.
In its heyday, Oxtankah was among the most prosperous centers in the region and the largest city in the Bay of Chetumal.
The archaeological site of Cobá, one of the most popular in the country, will be closed indefinitely for maintenance.
A handful of the structures found at X’baatún are reported to be comparable in size to several temples in nearby Izamal....
If you are reading this, chances are that at one point or another you have dreamed of the “romantic life” of an...
The Cacaxtla-Xochitécatl archaeological site is one of the most interesting and unique in all of Mexico. Aside from its massive structures and breathtakingly beautiful vistas, this ancient city in Central Mexico boasts a rather out-of-place feature — Maya murals.
The grandeur of Teotihuacán is hard to overstate. It is easy to understand why their cultural descendants, the famed Aztecs, thought the great city lay at the center of the universe itself.
Copán is also one of Honduras's most important tourist attractions and one of its few restored archaeological sites.
Dzibilchaltún is set to reopen to the public on Thursday, according to a press release by CULTUR.
Caracol is a large ancient Mayan city located in Belize's Cayo District and just a few kilometers from the Guatemalan border.
Dzibilchaltún is set to open to the public once again after the lifting of a four-month blockade.
The ancient city of Tikal is widely considered to be one of the most impressive in all of Mesoamerica. Its importance in the development of classical Maya culture is hard to overstate.