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Mayan cave paintings discovered in Yucatán
2018-08-03
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
2018-07-11
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
2018-06-28
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
2018-06-26
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
2018-05-14
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
2018-05-02
The exhibition shows never-before-seen items of the Tarascan civilization
Angamuco, the lost city of Michoacán
2018-04-01
Archeologists are still studying the many mysteries of this lost city, hidden by dense vegetation
The secret treasure hidden in the ocean
2018-03-28
A shipment of the 18th century full of jewels was found in Yucatán waters
Cavern discovered in Cenote Xlacah
2018-03-27
Surrounded by the beautiful Cenote Xlacah, Dzibilchaltún is a small Maya archaeological site in Yucatán, southern Mexico
Cave painting site opens in Guanajuato
2018-03-26
Arroyo Seco is the third archaeological site featuring cave paintings to open in Mexico