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They expected eight thousand people, but more than ten thousand arrived at Gay Pride in Mérida, Yucatán. The March for Sexual Diversity in Mérida this year was fueled by the refusal to legislate in favor of equal marriage and the statements of deputies that were seen as homophobic. The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, transvestite,...
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News from the States of Yucatán, Campeche, and Quintana Roo

Tulum has 40 hurricane shelters ready for certification

Tulum is awaiting certification – from the three government orders for 40 of its hurricane shelters, which have been verified by municipal Civil Protection. The conference for Tulum Hurricane Season...
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Merida will submit candidacy as ‘Creative City’ to UNESCO this Friday

The municipality of Mérida will submit the candidacy of the municipality to the Network of Creative Cities of UNESCO in the category of gastronomy this Friday, informed Eduardo Seijo Solís,...
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Tulum passes Regulation of Ecology, Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change Plan

In order to promote sustainable development, implement policies and actions aimed at preserving and restoring the ecological balance, protecting the environment, and establishing the basis to guarantee the right of...
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Mobile app to help you navigate public transportation in Merida

Soon, the people of Merida will know the exact schedules and routes of public transport buses in the city, as the Institute of Mobility and Urban Development Territorial (IMDUT) announced...
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Ocean plastics inspire art exhibition in Playa del Carmen

On Tuesday morning they inaugurated the Escul-Trash exhibition, in the Centro Maya shopping center of Playa del Carmen, displaying art composed of pieces made with garbage and plastics collected on...
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Tulum begins the work of moving power lines underground

With the electric modernization work on Tulum Avenue “poles and cables are going to disappear,” municipal president Víctor Mas Tah said at the start of the work, in which they...
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