The temporary exhibit To'on, Maayáa'onil Le K'iino'oba' is part of the concept that the Mayan identity builds in society, and from there comes the importance of “we”.
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- The Patron Saint of Mexico is the Virgin of Guadalupe. It is an incredibly important part of the country’s culture, and there are churches and shrines in her name all over the country. Every year, for the week or so leading up to December 12, there are pilgrimages in every corner of Mexico.The text...
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- Being so close to the Gulf coast, with its rich abundance of seafood, has created a tradition of...
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A great day trip from Mérida - only 43 miles away - a visit to the Oxkintok ruins and...
The ancient Mayas had three and sometimes four different names.
More fondly known as Chix Food Bank, we (a group of Canadians, Americans, snowbirds...