Specialists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) continue salvage and excavation work at El Coporo Archaeological Site in Guanajuato. This year, conditioning of the pyramid base located at the top of the mountain that names the site has been achieved, and soon, services area construction will begin.
Two huge Prehispanic walled roadways that conduct to a ceremonial area are the welcome view of Cantona, Puebla visit, fortress city considered one of the earliest in Mexico.
Tools used by restorers to conserve movable and immovable cultural heritage are part of “Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage: Professional Formation” exhibited in Tacuba Metro station.
Photographs of San Luis Potosi captured from 19th to mid 20th centuries are recovered by the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) and the San Luis Potosi Visual Chroniclers Program, with the aim of identifying and preserving the state collective visual memory.
The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) will destiny 5 million MXP for research and acquisition of plots at Jalisco archaeological sites of El Ixtepete, Tesistan and Teocaltitlan. Jalisco State Government will invest the same amount as part of a trust constituted for that matter.
Mexican Revolution was not only the struggle for land and freedom, but contributed to Mexican Corrido (folk song) creation, musical genre that raised themes as agrarian problems, the railroad, religion and heroes or traitors’ deeds.
With the aim of opportunely knowing tourism projects of the states, give them proper follow-up and supervise protection, conservation and promotion of cultural, historical and archaeological heritage, Tourism Ministry (SECTUR) and the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) signed a collaboration agreement.
Maya ceremonial altar recently found at the highway that communicates Merida, Yucatan with Campeche is in custody of Uman municipal authorities, waiting to be relocated where it can be appreciated by public.
Historical atriums of eleven 16th century ex convents part of Ruta del Volcan (Volcano Route), declared World Heritage by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1994, will be intervened as part of a conservation project in Morelos state, with a 10 million MXP.
Nearly 300 engraved stones will be studied in the laboratory that will be operating at Monte Alban Archaeological Zone in Oaxaca to advance in Zapoteca writing deciphering.
“Monte Alban at Regional and Disciplinary Crossroads” (Monte Alban en la encrucijada regional y disciplinaria) is the thematic axis of the fifth edition of the round table dedicated to the ancient Zapoteca city, from September 2nd to 5th, 2009, that will take place in Oaxaca City, to present results from most recent archaeological investigations conducted in different regions of the State, from Central Valleys to Isthmus, and from Mixteca to Coast.