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Fort San Miguel [Bastion] Campeche Mx

Fort San Miguel. Built to protect the Villa San Francisco de Campeche from pirates and mercenaries during the nineteenth century, the city already had an immense wall, but it was necessary to defend it from the outside.  Campeche Travel Guide |

Ich ha lol xaan Natural Park | Campeche Mx

Ich ha lol xaan, is an ecological park located in the outskirts of San Francisco de Campeche here you can go hiking, swimming in the lagoon, enjoy a family day or with friends. This destination is more suitable for coexistence, and activities in nature such as hiking. Campeche Travel Guide

Edzná archeological mayan site | Campeche Mx

Edzná archaeological zone. The city had an average extension of 25 square kilometers, highlighting the pluvial channels that developed; the architecture has a Puuc, Chenes and Petén style. Edzna means "house of the Itzaes", taking the Mayan words Itza = Mayan tribe (lineage) that occupied this area and Ná = house, forming the word "Itzná".

The Mayan area of the Pu’uk zone

The Mayan World in Mexico, in the Yucatan Peninsula In the Mayan cultural area, there existed in different epochs and geographical areas, numerous cities and political entities, that possessed different architectural and artistic styles. In the Yucatan Peninsula (Northern Maya area), among many, developed a style that to date fascinates both visitors and researchers; This is the PU'UC architectu

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History of the cenotes in the Yucatan peninsula.

For more than 2 thousand years the cenotes have been an important part of the Mayan culture; In a jungle territory where there are no rivers, waterfalls or lakes, the most important thing to survive is water. [caption id="attachment_4915" align="aligncenter" width="1021"]

5 destinations to know the Mayan Riviera in Quintana Roo.

When we heard "Riviera Maya" we immediately thought of Cancun, beaches, hotels and lots of entertainment; some relate the term to the entire coast of the state Quintana Roo, but originally refers to a coastal area no greater than 140 km. The Mayan Riviera covers all the cities and beaches between the municipalities of Puerto Morelos (located in the north o

5 must know destinations if you plan to travel to Chiapas Mx

Chiapas is one of the states with the greatest biodiversity in Mexico, in all its territory you can appreciate landscapes of great geographic contrast, from beaches to mountains, cold and hot climates. We know that one of the most important factors of a trip is time, so here we list 5 destinations that you must visit to get a complete experience when you want to know the incredible territory of Chiapas. We will start by showing you the destinations closest to the capital, so you can visit

8 must-see destinations in Yucatan Mx

Yucatan is located in the south of Mexico north of the Yucatan peninsula, bordering the states of Quintana Roo to the east and west with Campeche. The sites that you can visit in the state are innumerable, however, to know all the diversity we are going to recommend some ... YUCATÁN 1-Uxmal (ancient maya city) One of the ancient Mayan cities is Uxmal, located in the area of the Chenes (now southern Yucatan) its archit

Visit the pink flamingo sanctuaries in Yucatan

The pink flamingo in Yucatan The most popular pink birds in the world can be seen in Mexico and there is an abundant amount of this species in the natural reserves of the Yucatan peninsula that you can observe in guided walks.

The marquesita, regional dessert of Yucatan.

Without a doubt it is one of the least known Mexican desserts in the country, those who have visited Yucatan know what we are talking about but in this state it is the most popular.

What is a cenote?

Cenotes, incredible places to swim in the Yucatan Peninsula The term "cenote" can be unknown or little spoken in the place where you live, however, in the Yucatan Peninsula (