The Valley of Mexico is part of the central highlands. At the low point ,there is Lake Texococo that made life sustainable in the generally dry climate. About 600 A.D. the empire of Teotihuacán was overthrown-sacked and its grand buildings burned around this time,but refugees find a new home on the southern shore of Lake […]
It’s hard to dodge the Mayans here in Mexico. We’ve visited a half dozen ancient temples, ate Mayan food, and scoped out museums filled with ancient stone artifacts. With all this old stuff, you might even be excused if you think that the Mayans died out long ago, but you’d be wrong. The story that […]
Here are two of Mexico’s most popular love stories to bring out the hopeless romantic in you.
From my trips to Yucatán, I became impressed with the one dominant image of Yucatec Mayan art: The face of Chac (pronounced CHOCK), the rain god. You see, Yucatán is a land without surface rivers. Oh, there is plenty of flowing water underground, but none of it breaks the pitted limestone surface of the peninsula. […]
A beautiful spectacle you can’t miss!
Mexico, Jun. 18 (Notimex) .- To show the beauty and monumentality of Mayan architecture, the exhibition "Baktun 13" was opened by the photographers Javier Hinojosa and Ignacio Guevara, at the Archaeological Museum of the State of Mexico, Dr. Román Piña Chan, where it can be visited until next September.
Mexico, Aug. 29 (Notimex).- The Allende meteorite fell on February 8, 1969 in Chihuahua, Mexico, and became a cornerstone for researchers on the information in regards to the creation of the solar system.