Every Sunday, Martha Canul Cabrera is at the door of the church of La Mejorada to sell ice cream that was made fresh that morning.
For anyone passing by Isabel Jiménez García offers something sweet. Or salty, or tart.
Pigments developed by early Maya made some of the Americas’ great Baroque paintings possible, and have allowed their colors to endure for centuries.
Bringing together 19 works created in the last decades his life, “Ricardo Martínez and the Human Figure” is now on view at the Museo Casa Montejo.
The city’s oldest temple was also part of the city’s first hospital, and until 11 years ago, the home of the City Museum.
Archaeologists have discovered sets of human remains from early ancestors of the Mayan civilization that could date back as far as 7,000 years.
In Muna, the highest point in the state of Yucatán, a park called El Mirador is dedicated to the aluxes, those small mythical beings of Mayan lore.
Part of the Palacio de la Música, which opened a month ago, will be closed for the first 16 days in August for “adjustments.”
Martínez Huchim was just last week honored for her work at Mérida’s Municipal Book Fair.
Flowers have always figured prominently in Mexico’s artistic expression, as a wide-ranging art exhibit demonstrates.