Mérida’s Cultural Capital year is launched with “Voces del Tiempo,” a spectacular show at the Cathedral. Fifty-four artists — dancers, singers, acrobats — will participate in the program, which marks the city’s 475th anniversary. The region’s pre-Hispanic, Colonial and Modern sides will be presented.
The Cathedral of Mérida will be overhauled. Aside from roof repairs and new lighting, its magnificent crucifix at the altar will be carefully cleaned.
Two high-tech light-and-sound shows depict the regions’s history and culture in vivid projections that wrap around the architectural details of two of Mérida’s most treasured façades.
With yet another newsstand popping up in front of another historic building, someone has started a campaign against kiosks facing the Plaza Grande.
Those vivid and artistic high-def video projections cast on the facades of the Cathedral and Casa de Montejo will resume, weeks after the National Institute of Anthropology and History shut them down.
The inner workings of the Cathedral is off limits again, with tours been suspended until further notice, INAH has announced.
Stand in front of Mérida’s iconic Cathedral today and it’s hard to miss something partially blocking it: a big black newsstand.
Red carpet fashion designer David Salomón’s Fortuna Collection was strikingly contrasted with the massive Mérida Cathedral, during Saturday’s Noche Blanca.
Merida, Yucatan — An English theater troupe transformed the city’s Cathedral into a Danish castle on Saturday, bringing “Hamlet” to the Plaza Grande before an audience of about 2,000 people. The Globe theatre sent the production of Hamlet on the first genuine world tour in theater history. Starting on April 23, the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth, the […]