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They call it the “White City” because it was carved with lime and quarry over the remnants of a civilization that left an imprint on the history of mankind.
Founded in the 6th of January of 1542, Mérida is the state capital of Yucatán, and it is considered to be the American Capital of Culture, a distinction that was given to the city for its advocacy of cultural activities.
If you visit us, we invite you to visit “Paseo de Montejo” and look at the breathtaking henequen haciendas that were immortally portrayed by John Kenneth on his extensive essay titled ‘México Bárbaro’.
This walkway, measuring about 5 km in length, extends all the way from the Santa Ana neighborhood at the very heart of the city to the exit leading to the Progreso Pier; they will allow you to see Frenchified roundabouts, the very famous “Monumento a la Patria” that has engravings narrating the history of both México and Yucatán, the Palace and the Montejo House that has turned into a must-see Museum that advocates culture.
The Cantón Palace is a regional museum that   Read +
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