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Kabah Maya Ruins, an archaeological site located in the Mexican state of Yucatan

Kabah Maya Ruins is an archaeological site located south of the ruins of Uxmal in the Mexican state of Yucatan. Located 90 miles South of Merida, it is the second largest Mayan ruin after Uxmal. The word “Kabah” means “Strong … Sigue leyendo

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The Food, Art, Design, and Mayan Culture of Mérida, Mexico #TravelTuesday

Merida City is the capital and the largest city of the Yucatan State and the Yucatan Peninsula. With about 828,000 people (2010 census), Merida is a wonderful mixture of colonial city and cosmopolitan destination. It was founded in 1542 on … Sigue leyendo

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The Stunning Mayan Ruins at Kabah

Kabah Maya Ruins is an archaeological site located south of the ruins of Uxmal in the Mexican state of Yucatan. Located 90 miles South of Merida, it is the second largest Mayan ruin after Uxmal. The word “Kabah” means “Strong Hand” … Sigue leyendo

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Merida – one of the largest historic cities in Mexico

Merida City is the capital and the largest city of the Yucatan State and the Yucatan Peninsula. With about 828,000 people (2010 census), Merida is a wonderful mixture of colonial city and cosmopolitan destination. It was founded in 1542 on the … Sigue leyendo

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