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Mazatlán to build new cruise ship terminal, upgrade tourism experience

Mazatlán to build new cruise ship terminal, upgrade tourism experience

Officials in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, have confirmed the construction of a new 2.5-billion-peso (US $117-million) cruise ship dock that will increase the city’s capacity to 140 ship arrivals per season. The ports and merchant marine chief of the federal Ministry of

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Anthropologists unearth remains of mammoths trapped in 15,000-year-old pits

Anthropologists unearth remains of mammoths trapped in 15,000-year-old pits

Anthropologists in Mexico have unearthed ancient pits used to trap mammoths. The remains of 14 woolly mammoths were found inside the 15,000-year-old, human-dug pits. “The discovery represents a watershed, a touchstone on what we imagined until now was the interaction

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Mazatlan Maraton Pacifico 2019 this weekend

Mazatlan Maraton Pacifico 2019 this weekend

Get ready to live a fantastic adventure by the sea, a unique tour of the largest boardwalk in Latin America full of activities to enjoy with your family. For the first time, cross the finish line inside the majestic baseball

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You are invited!

I am sending a cordial greeting and at the same time want to invite you to the first Service Fair for the Foreign Community, “MAZATLÁN CARES”, being held by our Mayor Q.F.B. Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, through the Center of

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Mariachi dancers break Guinness World Record in Guadalajara

Mariachi dancers break Guinness World Record in Guadalajara

A festival in Guadalajara broke a Guinness World Record when 882 people danced to mariachi music for five sustained minutes.   The mariachi dancers at the Mariachi y Charreria International Reunion, a festival in Guadalajara that runs through Sept. 2,

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Mexico offers support to fight Amazon fires.

Mexico offers support to fight Amazon fires.

The Government of Mexico has joined the urgent call to the region and the international community to help fight the  forest fires that severely affect various countries, including Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) said that

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Mazatleca Rosa María Guerrero wins gold in 2019 Parapan American Games

Mazatleca Rosa María Guerrero wins gold in 2019 Parapan American Games

Mazatlecan para-athlete Rosa María Guerrero won the gold medal for shot putt at the 2019 Parapan American Games being held in Lima, Peru. She won in the category F55/54/53 with a mark of 8.11 meters in her sixth throw of

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Homes and cars damaged by rains in Mazatlan

Homes and cars damaged by rains in Mazatlan

The heavy rains that lashed throughout the night due to the proximity of Tropical Storm “Ivo”, caused flooding in most of the colonies in Mazatlan. The storm caused some trees to fall and damage cars in the Playa Sur neighborhood,

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Civil Protection of Sinaloa issues warning of heavy rains.

Civil Protection of Sinaloa issues warning of heavy rains.

Tropical storm Ivo will bring rainfall from Thursday onwards the which could intensify in different parts of Sinaloa, the Institute of Civil Protection has warned. According to Conagua in their 9:00am report, Tropical Storm Ivo was located 890 kilometers south-southwest

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Mexican Musician Celso Piña dies at 66

Mexican Musician Celso Piña dies at 66

Musician Celso Piña died on Wednesday at the age of 66 from a heart attack, La Tuna Records, the company that directed his musical career, confirmed to MILENIO. The singer, who dedicated his life to cumbia and the fusion of

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The 2021 Caribbean Baseball Series will take place in Mazatlan

The 2021 Caribbean Baseball Series will take place in Mazatlan

Mazatlan has just been confirmed as the venue for the 2021 Caribbean Baseball Series at the newly refurbished stadium. In fact, the board of the Club Venados has been in meetings and one of the central issues is the confirmation

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Laboratory prototype produces biogas from sargassum

Laboratory prototype produces biogas from sargassum

Yucatán scientists have been working on the project since 2017 Scientists in Yucatán have developed a laboratory prototype of a system that converts sargassum into a biogas that could be used in the home or to generate clean energy. Raúl

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The plan to end the Sargassum problem in Quintana Roo

The plan to end the Sargassum problem in Quintana Roo

The Secretary of the Navy, Rafael Ojeda Durán, has announced that $52 million pesos has been pledged to fight the sargassum problem in the Mexican Caribbean with special machinery and personnel trained to clean up the weed. At a conference

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Pesca Azteca donates Bio-barriers to prevent maritime pollution

Pesca Azteca donates Bio-barriers to prevent maritime pollution

This initiative was carried out jointly with the Director of Municipal Ecology Sofía Trejo. Pesca Azteca is commitment to the environment and under its banner of “Blue Flag for a Cleaner Mazatlan” donated 2 bio-barriers 24 meters long each, that

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Mammoth remains found in Nuevo León

Mammoth remains found in Nuevo León

The complete skull of a mammoth and part of a skeleton, were found in the Ejido San Rafael de Galeana Nuevo León by paleontologists of the National Institute of Anthropology and History in collaboration with the Municipality of Galeana. The

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