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Foreigners vandalize Olmec sculptures in Tabasco
A total of 15 archaeological pieces were damaged by two Indonesian tourists at the La Venta Museum
Phoenix Museum of Art to exhibit treasures of Teotihuacán
The grand exhibition will be presented at the Phoenix Art Museum starting October 6
INAH to oversee AMLO’s Mayan Train project
INAH will closely watch López Obrador's train project to avoid damaging archaeological sites
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
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
Palace & Pakal's Tomb to be restored
A team of INAH restorers will lead a conservation project in Palenque
The secrets of Teotihuacan in LA
The exhibition presents the recent findings made at the archeological site of Teotihuacan