Tag archive for ‘archaeological zone’
By Riviera Maya Times On Friday, April 8th, 2022

The number of visits to archaeological sites in Quintana Roo drastically decreases in March

The 11 archaeological sites open to the public in Quintana Roo closed last month with a significant drop in the number of visitors who came to enjoy the cultural remains in the different municipalities. According More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Thursday, August 12th, 2021

INAH announces closure of the Cobá archaeological zone in Tulum due to COVID outbreak (again)

Quintana Roo, (August 12, 2021).- The archaeological zone of Cobá in the municipality of Tulum will close its doors again because an outbreak of COVID-19 was detected, the closure will be done indefinitely as More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Monday, January 25th, 2021

Amidst pandemic, Chichén Itzá is the second most visited archaeological site in Mexico

In the last four months of last year, the Maya archaeological site received 255 thousand people in the last 4 months of the year. MÉRIDA, Yucatán.- Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the Chichen Itzá More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

Autumn equinox in Chichén Itzá: the feathered serpent makes a triumphal entry

Summer got behind us to make way for Autumn, the exact time in Mexico was 8:32 am on Tuesday, September 22. Like every year, during this change of season, Yucatán received the visit of Kukulcán in the archaeological More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Monday, March 30th, 2020

Maintenance works are carried out in Chichén Itzá

Rehabilitation of the trails, pruning and brush removal, are some of the maintenance works carried out at the Chichén Itza archaeological zone. With the COVID-19 pandemic, Chichén Itzá was forced to be More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Tuesday, December 10th, 2019

Stone tables found in Chichen Itza reveal unknown information on the ancient Maya

A recent finding recorded in Chichen Itza has just amazed specialists. The discovery of a stone table featuring hieroglyphs and patterns of human figures over one thousand year old. Archaeologist José Francisco More...