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Mexico: Archaeologists Discover 27 Human Burials from Pre-Hispanic Era

Mexico: Archaeologists Discover 27 Human Burials from Pre-Hispanic Era

The finding of 47 human burials from the XVI century, in the recently opened Archaeological Zone of San Miguelito in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, has revealed the last moments of the pre-h continue reading »

Celebrate What it Truly Means to be ‘Hecho en Mexico’ (VIDEO)

Celebrate What it Truly Means to be ‘Hecho en Mexico’ (VIDEO)

From Diego Luna and Alejandro Fernandez, to Carla Morrison and Chavela Vargas, director Duncan Bridgeman weaves a cinematic tapestry composed of original songs and insights from the most iconic artists and perform continue reading »

Lonely Plant Names Dominican Republic ‘Best in Travel for 2013’

Lonely Plant Names Dominican Republic ‘Best in Travel for 2013’

Lonely Planet, a leading travel publisher, has named Dominican Republic as one of its Top 10 Countries for 2013 in its annually published Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2013. continue reading »

Mexico’s Once-Fabled Resort Town of Acapulco is BROKE

Mexico’s Once-Fabled Resort Town of Acapulco is BROKE

The world famous Mexican Pacific resort city of Acapulco is broke and unable to deal with a debt load that is expected to hit 2.14 billion pesos ($162.1 million) by Dec. 31, a figure that is larger than the annual budget, municipal officials said. continue reading »

New Evidence Links Mayan Collapse to Climate Change

New Evidence Links Mayan Collapse to Climate Change

The ancient Mayan civilization, which developed a sophisticated culture in the Central American rainforests, vanished mysteriously a thousand years ago. Now, an international team of anthropologists, archeologists, chemists and climatologists says it has identified the cause of the Mayan collapse: climate change. continue reading »

President Calderon Says $1.7 Billion Train Line “Was Worth It”

President Calderon Says $1.7 Billion Train Line “Was Worth It”

The Mexican capital is operating a new 25.1-kilometer (15.5-mile) Metro line that cost nearly $1.7 billion and uses Spanish-made trains. The line, which was inaugurated at the end of October, continue reading »

Archaelogists Find Floor Scorched by Ancient People Frightened by Eclipse

Archaelogists Find Floor Scorched by Ancient People Frightened by Eclipse

During the excavations in Pañhu, an archaeological zone in the municipality of Tecozautla, Hidalgo which will soon be open to the public, archaeologists found a burned stucco floor. continue reading »

Mexico’s President Calderon Inaugurates “Cycling Paradise” in Cozumel

Mexico’s President Calderon Inaugurates “Cycling Paradise” in Cozumel

President Felipe Calderon participated in a cycling event over the weekend in Cozumel and inaugurated a bicycle path on the Mexican Caribbean island's perimeter road. continue reading »

Tourists in Spain Spending More this Year

Tourists in Spain Spending More this Year

Foreign tourists visiting Spain between January and September spent 45.1 billion euros ($58.2 billion), some 7.2 percent more than in the same period of 2011, the Industry, Energy and Tourism Ministry said Monday. continue reading »

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