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Last Friday, on Christmas Eve, the small town of Dzitnup was the stage for one of Yucatán's most unique holiday celebrations, the dance of "Abraham and Isaac".
A group of people with disabilities and other volunteers on mototaxis on Thursday handed out toys to excited children in Mérida.
State and municipal police have mounted a special task force to monitor the sale of pyrotechnics across Yucatán.
Approximately 400,000 people are expected to crowd the streets of Mérida's Centro on Christmas Eve.
Here in Mexico, we have our own holiday classics full of whimsy, magic, and corny jokes.
To help contain the spread of COVID-19, Mérida has opted to limit the number of Christmas events it is hosting this year for the...
Nochebuenas, otherwise known as poinsettias, are the iconic Christmas season plant. They are the most widely sold potted plant in the world, and, a fact widely ignored outside the country, they are actually native to southeastern Mexico.
It's a little late, but Santa Claus said he is needed now as he headed to Tizimín with gifts. Children in the community flocked around...
Yucatán is the place for lively celebrations over the Christmas holidays. However, for obvious reasons, this year's festivities will be much more subdued. With...
Merida's 2020 Christmas tree lighting was a little different than previous years. During Tuesday night's ceremony at the Remate de Paseo Montejo, where a...
Some 2,000 Christmas decorations have started to appear on city streets, and city workers have their work cut out for them.
Turkey production has gone into overdrive for the holidays, keeping prices low for local consumers.
A canopy of tiny lights has brought a soft, golden glow to the famous passageway across from the Plaza Grande.
Locals are increasingly favoring real Christmas trees over the artificial variety, Sipse reports.
It could be beginning to look a lot like Christmas at La Plancha before the end of the year.
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