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  • To'on, the Mayas of Today

    To'on, Maayáa'onil Le K'iino'oba'Through the eyes of independent cameras, the story is told and illustrated of the legend where the spectator can live a sensory experience with no distractions. This visual, sound, and textual story is complemented with the exhibit of a few select pieces which...
  • Season of Los Gremios

    September and October mark a special time of the year when colorful religious processions called...
  • Mayan Arts Today

    As anyone who has visited the Yucatán can tell you, Mayan culture is very much alive and thriving...
  • Who Were the Ancient Maya and Why Have They Remained Steeped in Mystery?

    When Europe was entrenched in the dark ages the Maya civilization was at its height. While Europe...
  • Mayan Gods

    Mayan mythology is complex and has a truly rich context, placing corn as the creative nature of...
  • Passage of the Souls

    On October 31, Mérida will once again be in the eyes of the world, with the 2013 edition of “Paseo...
  • Mayan Culture Festival 2013 - The Landscape

    T-K’amike’ex yéetel ki’ima óolal tin lu’umil
 T-K’amike’ex yéetel ki’ima óolal tin ka’an
 T-K’amike...
  • The Maya, the Sun, the Moon and the Stars

    By Jeanine Kitchel    “To the Maya, the starry sky was a nocturnal landscape, full...
  • Equinox

    On March 21st and September 21st you can witness the incredible accuracy of Mayan astronomy as it...
  • The Fatherland and the Conquest: "Mestizaje"

    The accompanying image is a watercolor by artist Juan Manuel Mier y Terán, which refers and pays...
  • Maya 2012 Revealed

    If you do a Google search for “Dec. 21, 2012” you will see about 169,000,000 results. Not since the...
  • Regional Museum of Yucatan

    Housed in the spectacular Palacio Cantón, the Regional Museum of Yucatán is a must-see in Mérida....
  • Yucatan Festivals This Month

    Mexico is known for its fiestas, and Yucatán is no exception. Religious, cultural, commemorative,...
  • Fray Diego de Landa: A Contradiction

    Fray Diego de Landa was born in Spain in 1524, and came to Yucatán as a Franciscan monk in 1549....
  • Dutzi Design

    Dutzi Design Inc. is committed to great design, quality products, and helping the people of...
  • The Mayas Facing 2012

    Today’s Mayas look ahead to December 2012 as a critical point in the history of humanity; and they...
  • The Jaguar

    December 2012. End of the world? No. But it is a good moment to reflect upon the Mayan people and...
  • Gran Museo del Mundo Maya de Mérida

    There is no doubt whatsoever that the Mayan civilization never disappeared; it is a living, dynamic...
  • The Mayas and their Hair

    It was a punishment for a Maya to have his or her hair cut. Both men and women wore their thick,...
  • The Mayas: The Equinox and the Solstice

    The Maya punched numbers and astronomical calculations that could make our heads swim, but nothing...
  • The Descent of God

    This was the name given by the Mayas to a ceremony called "baptism" by Bishop Diego de Landa, and "...
  • Mayan Religion

    In the Mayan religion, we can observe a strong dualist tendency: the eternal struggle between the...
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