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When Quetzalcóatl took over Christmas
In 1930, Mexico's President Pascual Ortiz Rubio had the intention of creating a love for national symbols and traditions an answer to a new kind of invasion through culture by our northern neighbors
The Chimalli shield, an Aztec emblem of art
The complex elaboration process of the Cuexyo Chimalli included the breeding and hunting of birds used for their feathers by Aztec artists
Archeologists unveil the secrets of the Great Mayan Aquifer
Archeologist Guillermo de Anda, along with other researchers, presented the results from the exploration works that have been carried out as part of The Great Mayan Aquifer Project
The Guanajuato Mummies tour in Mexico
The mummies will begin their tour in the León’s State Fair in 2020
Mammoth findings in Mexico
Recently, experts found 800 bones of at least 14 specimens in Tultepec showing Mexico is relevant for fossil exploration
First mammoth traps in the world found in Tultepec, Mexico
800 bones of at least 14 mammoth specimens were uncovered
Mayan culture meets the digital world
Google, the British Museum, and Mexico’s INAH created a project to digitalize images and documents about the Mayan civilization
The hidden splendor of Mayan city X’baatún
Located in the southeastern Mexican state of Yucatán, X’baatún zealously guards a 37-meter-high pyramid, a ball game, a cenote and several structures
Rare Mexican feather work sold at Paris auction
The feather mosaic picture was made in Mexico during Colonial times for Christian conquerors and was purchased by Museé du Quai Branly in an auction held at Hotel Drouot in Paris
Mexico's heritage was sold by French auction house
In Mexico, people actively loot archeological zones and steal the pieces