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Mexican Pink, as it’s often called, isn’t a mere trend. It's a tradition that goes back farther than many realize. Artist Ramón Valdiosera inspired the...
Though the town is very small, it makes for a worthwhile stop on the way to El Cuyo, the ruins of Kulubá, or Las Coloradas.
Mexican Independence Day celebrations kick off this evening in Mérida's Centro.
Despite what some visitors believe, the tradition of the dancing flyers practiced in several parts of Mexico is not merely a tourist attraction, but rather an ancient fertility ritual.
A group of Yucatecan speleologists have encountered a previously unknown cave system near Ticul.
Elephants, iguanas and a Maya princess peer beyond the overgrown bush of a large fenced-off lot with no signs explaining their existence. We hazard some guesses.
Perhaps Mexico's most notable contribution to the war effort came in the form of the Escuadrón 201, also known as the Aztec Eagles
Four months ago, a strong gust of wind and power surge damaged Valladolid’s video mapping show projectors.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has called for Austria to repatriate the artifact known as “el Penacho de Moctezuma.”
El Monumento a la Patria is without a doubt one of Mérida's most recognizable landmarks. Even visitors passing through the city for only a day, or even a few hours, likely stop by and visit this iconic monument.
In Mexico, Reed is remembered as “that crazy gringo” who witnessed the Mexican Revolution and befriended Pancho Villa.
A replica of a prehispanic sculpture of a woman will replace Mexico City’s controversial Columbus statue.
Just over a decade ago, a statue of Francisco de Montejo, known as El Adelantado (the one that came first) and his son, Francisco de Montejo, el Mozo were erected on Mérida’s Remate, the starting point of Avenida Paseo de Montejo.
At some point in early 1520, Aztec emperor Moctezuma must have had a eureka moment and understood that the bearded guests he had kindly hosted for months in the best palaces of Tenochtitlan, the Aztec capital, were not the gods he had been faithfully waiting for.
Mérida may be far away from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, but Yucatán has its own storied history when it comes to film...
Progreso is planning to finally restore its historic casino. Not this one. This one. After 25 years of neglect, the once-grand social center of the...
Merida, Yucatan — El Pinar, one of the city's most Instagrammed homes, might not become a reception hall after all. It will be up to...
Click here for With his B&B business on hold, a baker takesoff his shirt and makes English muffins Merida, Yucatan — Just like many of the...
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