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The British museum used glass negatives from the 19th century to help recreate vestiges of the Maya world. Photo: Google
Restoration work has begun on a "Mayan steamroller" that helped pave pre-Hispanic mega highways more than 1,200 years ago.
Ancient Mayan pieces were delivered by Mónica Naranjo Talancón to the director in Yucatán of INAH. They belonged to her late...
A Spanish archeologist is calling on authorities to protect a ancient Mayan city from looters, who have been making off with pre-Hispanic...
An increase in permits applications before INAH indicate a construction boom in Merida's Centro. Photo: Sipse Merida, Yucatan...
Work begins to study and restore a 2-mile barrier that protected the elite.
A photo exhibit at the airport celebrates the Palacio Canton's 60 years as a museum. Photo: La Jornada Maya
A casona on Calle 65 and 44 collapsed in heavy rains in 2017. Photo: Diario de Yucatán Merida,...
Stray dogs roaming Chichen Itza will be cared for under a state-nonprofit initiative.
A museum in the heart of the Centro has had no visitors for months. Photo: Courtesy Merida, Yucatan...
In what the lead archaeologist calls an "incredible" find, researchers have announced the existence of a cave filled with hundreds of artifacts beneath the Chichen Itza ruins.
Merida's historic center contains about 20,000 properties with historical value, of which between 3,000-4,000 are ruins. About a third are beyond...
Property owners trying to renovate historic homes are being promised a more streamlined approval process.
The city's new administration has too small a staff to properly address the growing number of abandoned properties that pose a safety risk to neighbors and passersby.
The city is considering increased staffing to expand the Programa de Rescate de Fachadas.
As promised, INAH has put the Mayan Codex on view at the museum of history and archaeology in Mexico City.
Some 54 years after it was sold by looters, an ancient Maya pictographic text is finally validated as authentic.
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.
Scaffolding covers UADY's historic downtown building, which has become part of the current phase of facade "rescue."
Archaeologist Sergio Grosjean Abimerhi and his team have discovered what could be the most important Mayan cave paintings on the Yucatán Peninsula.
The bandshell in one of the city's most beloved parks may be due for a renovation.
About 100 UADY staff this week began packing for new quarters, making way for the Autonomous University of Yucatan's Centro Cultural Universitario.