Discovering Mayan History Through Quintana Roo. They glimpse the Mayan Train as Window to the Mayan Archaeological Treasures.
The Mayan Train, a key initiative of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is emerging as a catalyst in revealing the archaeological riches of the Mayan culture.
The governor of Quintana Roo, Mara Lezama Espinosa, in a recent conference chaired by the president, highlighted the transformative impact that the Mayan Train will have in the region, both in terms of social justice and in the promotion of tourism and culture.
A Journey Through Mayan Cultural Wealth
Governor Lezama described how the Mayan Train, with its 12 strategic stations and four international airports in Quintana Roo, will open the doors to the world to admire the Mayan archaeological remains, offering an enriching cultural experience.
The project, beyond its modern infrastructure, is presented as a tribute to the Mayan culture, allowing its dissemination and appreciation on a global level.
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The Mayan Train route in Quintana Roo is a journey through Mayan history and culture.
From El Meco in Cancun to the sanctuary dedicated to Ixchel on Isla Mujeres, tourists will be able to explore El Rey and San Miguelito, home to the Mayan Museum of Cancun with valuable collections.
The route continues towards Paamul II, with its ecoarchaeological corridor and caves, and reaches Tulum, an icon of Mayan magnificence and a point of cosmogonic development.
Archaeological Jewels on the Route
Cobá is presented as a Mayan urban center communicated through the sacbé.
Xel-Há stands out for its commercial importance and artistic conservation, while Muyil and Chacchoben enrich the experience with their history and architecture.
Ichkabal, Oxtankah, Kohunlich, Dzibanché and Kinichná complement this journey through time and history.
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Tourist and Cultural Impact
Mara Lezama emphasized the tourism potential of the project, with more than 30 million annual visitors expected.
The Mayan Train not only promotes knowledge and appreciation of Mayan culture, but also boosts the local economy, bringing prosperity to the homes of Quintana Roo.
The integration of modernity with ancestral heritage creates a unique fusion that promises an unforgettable experience for national and international tourists.
Mayan Train as Window to the Mayan Archaeological Treasures
The Mayan Train, more than a work of infrastructure, is established as a legacy of the current administration for Mexico.
By opening the doors to the exploration of the Mayan World, the project becomes a pillar for the preservation and dissemination of one of the most fascinating cultures in the world.
The Mayan Train route promises to be a journey that transcends time, inviting you to explore the depths of the history and cultural wealth of Quintana Roo and the Mayan legacy.
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