A Yucatecan feminist from the early women’s rights movement was honored with a Google Doodle.
The city failed in its bid to be a world heritage site after 20 years of facade rescues, which is evidence of a lack of resolve to preserve our history, says La Jornada Maya.
Electrical, telephone and cable lines were cut temporarily to the neighborhood as officials began to demolish an old mansion that partially collapsed into the street.
With yet another newsstand popping up in front of another historic building, someone has started a campaign against kiosks facing the Plaza Grande.
Historic Casa de Montejo is getting another facelift. Its ornate facade will be cleared of cables, lamps and 15 years’ worth of dust, grime and bird droppings.
A federal judge has sided with historic preservationists in what has amounted to a landmark ruling for the state.
The discovery of a cenote under ancient Chichén Itzá was hailed an important find yesterday at a press conference held in Mexico City.
The beautiful Palacio Cantón, home of the Regional Museum of Anthropology, is celebrating its 55 years with a facelift, as well as more dynamic programming.
Archaeologists have found a hidden substructure in Uxmal, placing the Mayan city further back in history than previously thought.
Back in the 1930s, travelers used to fly to Yucatan for something other than retirement. Yucatan was a divorce mill before Reno was.