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Mayan cave paintings discovered in Yucatán
The cave was found in the western part of the state of Yucatán, near a small blue water cenote
Earthquake leads to archaeological discovery in Mexico
Last year's earthquake led to the discovery of a structure within the Peopanzolco pyramid in the state of Morelos
Pre-Hispanic ruins discovered in the south of Mexico City
Archaeologists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History found pre-Hispanic structures in the Álvaro Obregón district of Mexico City
INAH opens underground temple to visitors in Tlatelolco
The Temple was discovered in 2014 and can now be seen from the parking lot of a shopping center in Tlatelolco
Monte Albán to be restored after earthquake
The World Monuments Fund will donate USD $1 million to restore this archeological site damaged during the September earthquake
Items of the Lost City on display
The exhibition shows never-before-seen items of the Tarascan civilization
Angamuco, the lost city of Michoacán
Archeologists are still studying the many mysteries of this lost city, hidden by dense vegetation
The secret treasure hidden in the ocean
A shipment of the 18th century full of jewels was found in Yucatán waters
Cavern discovered in Cenote Xlacah
Surrounded by the beautiful Cenote Xlacah, Dzibilchaltún is a small Maya archaeological site in Yucatán, southern Mexico
Cave painting site opens in Guanajuato
Arroyo Seco is the third archaeological site featuring cave paintings to open in Mexico