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EJ Albright Oct 25
July 1923, probably the largest gathering of Maya at the ancient city since the Conquest. Yucatan Gov. Felipe Carrillo Puerto brought in supporters from around Yucatan to celebrate, in part, completion of a new road to the ruins. Photograph colorized by .
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EJ Albright 12h
Hey, I'm now 400 followers! For those who just joined, I tweet about the Maya city of --its history, archaeology, politics, and culture. 400+ unlocks a treat, the earliest surviving photographs of Chichen, taken in 1860 by Désiré Charnay COLORIZED via .
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Beach Vacations Mexico 10h
Enjoy a truly place; is an archeological zone filled with and . This is a place considered and one of the seven wonders.
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EJ Albright 15h
is closed, along with pretty much everything else in the state of Yucatan, Mexico, the result of Hurricane Zeta. The storm is currently pounding on the shores of the peninsula. Be safe, amigos!
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EJ Albright 8h
Ann Axtell Morris worked on the Project of the Carnegie Institution. Her book about her experiences, Digging in Yucatan, holds up pretty well even though it's 90 years old.
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Kieran Oct 25
One year ago, 8 hour round trip on a bus for a picture. What a day 😎☀️🇲🇽
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EJ Albright Oct 26
So wonderful that Fototeca Pedro Guerra in Merida, Yucatan, has jumped into Twitter. A rich archive of early Yucatan photographs, e.g., these from which are sublime. While they have a nice campus, terrific they are putting images online for all! Welcome!
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Look at our World Oct 26
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Informative Videos Oct 25
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Tanyucachichen@ Oct 19
Ni la lluvia detiene al aventurero. Not even the rain stops the adventurer
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⧖ Dan 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🍀 Oct 23
Going through some of my older photos here, 1996 when I traveled to awesome and saw the ruin Maya pyramids in the jungle at , and .. An eye opening 😍 journey I'd love to take again
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EJ Albright Oct 22
Sometimes you just have to tip your cap to online marketers who figure out how to game the system. Today a news search on popped up this result, a blatant New Wave religion pitch not even disguised as news. Somehow they fooled Google into adding it to results.
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MorbleyTravels Oct 26
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Carlos Garrido 🗺 Solo Traveler Oct 22
"If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine, it's lethal." - Paul Coelho
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EJ Albright Oct 26
Great blog post about Yaxunah, a village near , by old pal 'William Lawson.' Lawson runs a tour company in Yucatan based on quality vs. quantity, personalized tours versus cookie cutter. Sounds like he's added Yaxunah and the nearby ruin.
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Contacto Noticias 14h
La zona arqueológica de después del paso del huracán Zeta. El custodio del INAH, José Antonio Keb Cetina, se reporte en el sitio.
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EJ Albright Oct 21
Replying to @AmericanEgypt
I am so loving the colorization engine. Here's Teobert Maler at in color!
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Fototeca Nacional Oct 21
, "La mesa de los dioses", autoría de Teoberto Maler. Formó parte de los materiales enviados por el gobierno de a la Exposición Histórico-Americana de Madrid de 1892. Colección Teixidor. Inv. 465758
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Meteorología Yucatán 19h
Observaciones meteorológicas de superficie muestran que el centro de deja y se ubica entre y .
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Lee Scarratt Oct 19
have always wanted to visit Chichen Itza ever since I was a little lad. What made it even more incredible and remarkable was that I got to experience its magic with my beautiful fiancè.
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