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Weighing in at nearly two tons, the massive anchor discovered last week by city workers in Progreso remains surrounded by mystery.
Just like last year, and the year before that, the great Kukulkán is preparing for his descent down Chichén Itzá’s most famous pyramid, but no adoring pilgrims will be there to see him.
Several of Yucatán's archaeological sites remain closed almost two years after shutting their gates to visitors at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After reopening just in time for the Tianguis Turístico Mexico, access to the archaeological site of Dzibilchaltún has been blocked off yet again.
Controversy grows as two auction houses in Paris prepare to sell 50 pieces of Mesoamerican art.
Modern-looking benches installed at the site of ancient Mayan ruins are out of place, some Izamal residents say. The Kinich Kakmó archaeological zone got the...
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.
The discovery of pre-historic human remains near Tulum sheds light on the origins of Yucatán's first inhabitants.
The archaeological site of Cobá, one of the most popular in the country, will be closed indefinitely for maintenance.
Dzibilchaltún is set to reopen to the public on Thursday, according to a press release by CULTUR.
Dzibilchaltún is set to open to the public once again after the lifting of a four-month blockade.
INAH said it has detected evidence of nearly 2,500 pre-Hispanic structures and 80 burial sites along the route of the Mayan Train. The archaeological discoveries...
A replica of a prehispanic sculpture of a woman will replace Mexico City’s controversial Columbus statue.
A group of INAH archaeologists led by Patricia Meehan Hermanson has begun restoration work on Kohunlich’s famous giant stucco masks in Quintana Roo.
As was the case during the last spring equinox, Chichén Itzá closed for three days as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19.
According to the city, of the 6,000 structures in Mérida's historic center, 300 are structurally unsound.
In Mérida, construction permits are different depending on the area in which you’re building. As the Centro Histórico is one of the most popular neighborhoods for newcomers, there are some technical — and legal considerations to keep in mind.
The archaeological site of Dzibilchaltún has been closed to tourists by protestors who argue that they have been cheated out of their land
The sacking of archaeological has become a serious issue, especially in the sparsely populated south of Yucatán.
Reconstruction of San Agustín Church in Temozón is nearly complete. The 18th-century church collapsed in 2018 during an exceedingly heavy rainy season. Weeks before its collapse,...