Archaeology

Allan on August 1st, 2016

In the fascinating field of Mexican archaeology, there are constant new discoveries being made, which in turn lead to new questions. A recent discovery was that of a watercourse below a structure in the Maya city of Palenque.  Why was it there? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published August 1st, […]

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Interesting discoveries from the past few years may indicate that archaeologists may be close to finding a tomb or tombs of Aztec emperors. Entire article located here. Article by Allan Wall, published March 14th, 2016 on Mexidata.info.

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Allan on February 11th, 2016

The Touropia website has published several lists about Mexico: “10 Top Tourist Attractions”, “10 Best Places to Visit” and “7 Most Amazing Pyramids”. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published February 8th, 2016, on Mexidata.info.

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Allan on December 27th, 2014

In 2005, I was deployed to Iraq with the Texas Army National Guard, 36th Infantry Division. Our unit was sent to Iraq two years after the initial invasion. In 2005, the American and coalition troops deployed there were engaged in various aspects of what could be described as occupation duty. Iraq had plenty of violence […]

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Allan on December 4th, 2013

Mexico City’s  rapid transport system, known as the Metro, moves millions of passengers daily.  It is  the largest such system in Latin America and the second-largest in North America, after that of New York City.  Mexico City’s  Metro is an efficient means of conveyance, but it’s more than that. It is also an economic, cultural […]

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Allan on April 30th, 2013

Mexico City has a first-rate urban park known as the Bosque de Chapultepec, or Forest of Chapultepec, a destination for both international tourism and local recreation. Chapultepec is a living historical monument to major developments in the history of Mexico. And it’s popular, receiving about 15 million visitors annually. Formerly on the outskirts, the park is […]

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Does the Maya calendar really prophesy the end of the world on December 21st, 2012?  There’s been a lot of hysteria about this topic. However, even the purveyors of the hysteria are not in agreement on what it entails. Is it the end of the world, the end of life on earth, or “just” the […]

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