An authority should be formed that’s dedicated specifically to challenges in the Centro Histórico, said the Patronato para la Preservación del Centro Histórico.
Students and teachers at 2,118 elementary schools have calendars with a big red X on Friday, June 29.
In the land of cochinita and chicharra, the tenth edition of the Vegan Fair will take place on Sunday, June 3.
The city’s upcoming cultural program “Cerca de Ti” (“Near You”) will bring free, live entertainment in the Centro and in spots to its east, west, north and south.
Born in Chiapas, but “Yucateco by adoption,” the bakery owner’s kind gesture has continued for four years.
Alberto probably won’t become a hurricane, but it’s still capable of high winds and sustained rain that will cause flooding in other regions.
More than 70 owners of historic buildings are still in the midst of the current phase of the city’s façade rescue project, as others have refused or can not be included due to legal issues.
The beauty of its architecture, its exquisite cuisine and the warmth of its people make the Centro Histórico an ideal setting for social media influencers.
A bill supporting transgender citizens will be submitted to the Yucatán legislature, said a New Alliance Party politician.
Heavy rains, which threaten to develop into a subtropical or tropical storm this weekend, on Thursday triggered an Army response in Quintana Roo.