Ajax loader

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Mayan-architecture

MEXICO-ENERGY/INDIGENOUS
RTS285LO 
November 29, 2018 
A general view shows part of the village of San Jose Tipceh, in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, where a small... 
SAN JOSE TIPCEH, Mexico 
A general view shows part of the village of San Jose Tipceh 
A general view shows part of the village of San Jose Tipceh, in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, where a small group of Mayan indigenous oppose the construction of a vast solar park by SunPower, Mexico October 4, 2018. Picture taken October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Noe Torres 
MEXICO-ENERGY/INDIGENOUS
RTS285LD 
November 29, 2018 
A general view shows part of the village of San Jose Tipceh, in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, where a small... 
SAN JOSE TIPCEH, Mexico 
A general view shows part of the village of San Jose Tipceh 
A general view shows part of the village of San Jose Tipceh, in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, where a small group of Mayan indigenous oppose the construction of a vast solar park by SunPower, Mexico October 4, 2018. Picture taken October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Noe Torres 
MEXICO-ENERGY/INDIGENOUS
RTS285LC 
November 29, 2018 
A general view shows the village of San Jose Tipceh, in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, where a small group... 
SAN JOSE TIPCEH, Mexico 
A general view shows the village of San Jose Tipceh 
A general view shows the village of San Jose Tipceh, in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, where a small group of Mayan indigenous oppose the construction of a vast solar park by SunPower, Mexico October 4, 2018. Picture taken October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Noe Torres 
MEXICO-RELIGION/
RTX1UFB9 
November 02, 2015 
A musician plays his violin next to a depiction of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day... 
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico 
Musician plays his violin next to a depiction of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day... 
A musician plays his violin next to a depiction of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day of the Dead celebrations in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, November 2, 2015. The saint is often depicted as a skeletal "grim reaper" and followers leave offerings of tequila, rum, beer, cigarettes, cash, flowers and candy at altars adorned with rosaries and candles. The Catholic Church frowns on the Saint Death cult, whose origins may trace back to Aztec and Mayan death-gods or to ancient European traditions, but many devotees call themselves Catholics. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MEXICO-RELIGION/
RTX1UFA4 
November 02, 2015 
A woman carries a figurine of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day of the Dead celebrations... 
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico 
Woman carries a figurine of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day of the Dead celebrations... 
A woman carries a figurine of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day of the Dead celebrations in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, November 2, 2015. The saint is often depicted as a skeletal "grim reaper" and followers leave offerings of tequila, rum, beer, cigarettes, cash, flowers and candy at altars adorned with rosaries and candles. The Catholic Church frowns on the Saint Death cult, whose origins may trace back to Aztec and Mayan death-gods or to ancient European traditions, but many devotees call themselves Catholics. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez 
MEXICO-RELIGION/
RTX1UF9B 
November 02, 2015 
A musician uses his phone to take pictures of figures depicting La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine... 
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico 
A musician uses his phone to take pictures of figures depicting La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine... 
A musician uses his phone to take pictures of figures depicting La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day of the Dead celebrations in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, November 2, 2015. The saint is often depicted as a skeletal "grim reaper" and followers leave offerings of tequila, rum, beer, cigarettes, cash, flowers and candy at altars adorned with rosaries and candles. The Catholic Church frowns on the Saint Death cult, whose origins may trace back to Aztec and Mayan death-gods or to ancient European traditions, but many devotees call themselves Catholics. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez 
MEXICO-RELIGION/
RTX1UF7H 
November 02, 2015 
A woman blows smoke from a cigarette towards a figurine of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine... 
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico 
A woman blows smoke from a cigarette towards a figurine of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine... 
A woman blows smoke from a cigarette towards a figurine of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day of the Dead celebrations in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, November 2, 2015. The saint is often depicted as a skeletal "grim reaper" and followers leave offerings of tequila, rum, beer, cigarettes, cash, flowers and candy at altars adorned with rosaries and candles. The Catholic Church frowns on the Saint Death cult, whose origins may trace back to Aztec and Mayan death-gods or to ancient European traditions, but many devotees call themselves Catholics. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez 
MEXICO-GAMES/
RTX1EIPK 
May 25, 2015 
Dancers dressed in prehispanic costumes perform during the Ceremony of the Ignition of the New Fire,... 
Teotihuacan, Mexico 
Dancers dressed in prehispanic costumes perform during the Ceremony of the Ignition of the New Fire,... 
Dancers dressed in prehispanic costumes perform during the Ceremony of the Ignition of the New Fire, at the ancient pyramids of Teotihuacan outside Mexico City May 25, 2015. The flame will be transferred to Toronto for the Pan-American games, which will be held there from July 10 to 26. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-TOURISM/
RTR4UC2A 
March 22, 2015 
Tourists gather around Kukulcan Castle, one of the seven wonders of the modern world, at the archaeological... 
PISTE, Mexico 
Tourists gather around Kukulcan Castle, one of the seven wonders of the modern world, at the archaeological... 
Tourists gather around Kukulcan Castle, one of the seven wonders of the modern world, at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza during the spring equinox, at the Yucatan Peninsula March 21, 2015. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia
MEXICO/
RTR3FAWA 
March 22, 2013 
A tourist looks at Kukulcan Castle, one of the seven wonders of the modern world, at the archaeological... 
PISTE, Mexico 
Tourist looks at Kukulcan Castle, one of the seven wonders of the modern world, at the archaeological... 
A tourist looks at Kukulcan Castle, one of the seven wonders of the modern world, at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza during the spring equinox, at the Yucatan Peninsula March 21, 2013. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BTWP 
December 21, 2012 
Mayte Dominuez, shaman of the town of Cuisnahuat, holds up the sacred fire during a ceremony at the Maya... 
Santa Ana, El Salvador 
Mayte Dominuez, shaman of the town of Cuisnahuat, holds up the sacred fire during a ceremony in Santa... 
Mayte Dominuez, shaman of the town of Cuisnahuat, holds up the sacred fire during a ceremony at the Maya archeological site of Tazumal in Santa Ana, about 75 km (47 miles) away from San Salvador December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. This week, at sunrise on Friday, December 21, an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar, an event that has been likened by different groups to the end of days, the start of a new, more spiritual age or a good reason to hang out at old Maya temples across Mexico and Central America. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY) 
Society
Society 
Mayan Culture - 20 Dec 2012 
22 PICTURES 
MAYA-CALENDAR/
RTR3BOUA 
December 17, 2012 
Tourists climb the Maya pyramid of Nohoch Mul at the archaeological site of Coba December 15, 2012. December... 
Mexico 
Tourists climb the Maya pyramid of Nohoch Mul at the archaeological site of Coba 
Tourists climb the Maya pyramid of Nohoch Mul at the archaeological site of Coba December 15, 2012. December 21 marks the end of an age in a 5,125 year-old Maya calendar, an event that is variously interpreted as the end of days, the start of a new era or just a good excuse for a party. Thousands of New Age mystics, spiritual adventurers and canny businessmen are converging on ancient ruins in southern Mexico and Guatemala to find out what will happen. Picture taken December 15, 2012 REUTERS/Victor Gerardo Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY RELIGION) 
MEXICO/
RTR39RYA 
October 30, 2012 
Tourists take pictures of themselves in front of the Mayan temple of Kukulkan, the feathered serpent... 
Chichen Itza, Mexico 
Tourists take pictures of themselves in front of the Mayan temple of Kukulkan at the archaeological site... 
Tourists take pictures of themselves in front of the Mayan temple of Kukulkan, the feathered serpent and Mayan snake deity, at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza, in the southern Mexican state of Yucatan October 29, 2012. Chichen Itza, which means "at the mouth of the well of the Itza", was a religious and commercial center during 900-1200 A.D. in the northern Mayan lowlands.The temple of Kukulkan was used for religious ceremonies and astronomical studies. Picture taken October 29, 2012. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
MEXICO/
RTR2ZOVP 
March 22, 2012 
People look at the pyramid of Chichen Itza in the southern Mexican state of Yucatan March 21, 2012. Hundreds... 
PISTE, Mexico 
People look at the pyramid of Chichen Itza in the southern Mexican state of Yucatan 
People look at the pyramid of Chichen Itza in the southern Mexican state of Yucatan March 21, 2012. Hundreds of Mexicans and tourists gathered at Chichen Itza to welcome spring at the Mayan pyramid El Castillo (The Castle), a temple to Kukulkan, the feathered serpent and Mayan snake deity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-TOMB/
RTR2O0VY 
June 24, 2011 
A general view shows the exterior of the tomb of a Mayan ruler at the ruins of the Mayan city of Palenque... 
Palenque, Mexico 
Undated handout photo by the INAH shows the exterior of the tomb of a Mayan ruler at the ruins of the... 
A general view shows the exterior of the tomb of a Mayan ruler at the ruins of the Mayan city of Palenque in the hills of the southern Mexican state of Chiapas in this undated handout photo by the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) released June 23, 2011. A tiny remote-controlled camera peered inside the tomb that has been sealed for 1,500 years, revealing red frescoes, pottery and pieces of a funerary shroud made of jade and mother of pearl. Archeologists had not been able to access the vault discovered in 1999 inside a pyramid among the ruins until now, the INAH said in a release on Thursday. REUTERS/INAH/Handout (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS 
MEXICO/
RTR2K6R5 
March 21, 2011 
People raise their arms towards the sun while standing in front of the Kukulcan pyramid in Chichen Itza... 
Chichen Itza, Mexico 
People raise their arms towards the sun while standing in front of the Kukulcan pyramid in Chichen Itza... 
People raise their arms towards the sun while standing in front of the Kukulcan pyramid in Chichen Itza March 20, 2011. Thousands of visitors came to welcome the spring equinox. REUTERS/Gerardo Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
MEXICO/
RTR2K6M9 
March 21, 2011 
A hot air balloon floats past people who are watching the sunrise at the Pyramid of the Sun of Teotihuacan... 
Teotihuacan, Mexico 
Hot air balloon floats past people watching sunrise at the Pyramid of the Sun of Teotihuacan outside... 
A hot air balloon floats past people who are watching the sunrise at the Pyramid of the Sun of Teotihuacan outside Mexico City during a festival as part of the spring equinox March 20, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans and tourists gather at Teotihuacan every year to welcome the spring equinox. REUTERS/Henry Romero(MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY) 
MEXICO/
RTR2FQOP 
June 25, 2010 
A Mexican dressed in Aztec costume takes part in the lighting of the flame ceremony for the Pan-American... 
Teotihuacan, Mexico 
A Mexican dressed in Aztec costume takes part in the lighting of the flame ceremony for the Pan-American... 
A Mexican dressed in Aztec costume takes part in the lighting of the flame ceremony for the Pan-American games, at the Teotihuacan archaeological site, a monument of the Aztecs, about 60 km (37 miles) north of Mexico City, June 25, 2010. The flame will be transferred to Mayaguez, Puerto Rico for the Pan-American games which will run from July 17 to August 1. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO IMAGES OF THE DAY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY) 
GUATEMALA/
RTR27AK3 
August 31, 2009 
Workers restore artwork inside a Maya structure at the el Mirador archaeological site in the Peten jungle,... 
EL MIRADOR, Guatemala 
Workers restore artwork inside a Maya structure at the el Mirador archaeological site in the Peten jungle... 
Workers restore artwork inside a Maya structure at the el Mirador archaeological site in the Peten jungle, Guatemala August 25, 2009. Archaeologists are using blood samples and DNA tests to prove that the final inhabitants of an ancient Maya city were finished off by their enemies in a bloody battle at the top of one of their highest pyramids. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA SCI TECH) 
GUATEMALA/
RTR27456 
August 26, 2009 
A view of a Maya temple at the el Mirador archaeological site in the Peten jungle August 24, 2009. Archaeologists... 
EL MIRADOR, Guatemala 
A view of a Maya temple at the el Mirador archaeological site in the Peten jungle 
A view of a Maya temple at the el Mirador archaeological site in the Peten jungle August 24, 2009. Archaeologists are using blood samples and DNA tests to prove that the final inhabitants of an ancient Maya city were finished off by their enemies in a bloody battle at the top of one of their highest pyramids. Picture taken August 24. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA SOCIETY) 
GUATEMALA/
RTR2744X 
August 26, 2009 
Archaeologist Richard Hanson holds an arrowhead found in the temple known as Tigre inside the el Mirador... 
EL MIRADOR, Guatemala 
Archaeologist Richard Hanson holds an arrowhead found in the temple known as Tigre inside the el Mirador... 
Archaeologist Richard Hanson holds an arrowhead found in the temple known as Tigre inside the el Mirador archaeological site in the Peten jungle August 25, 2009. Archaeologists are using blood samples and DNA tests to prove that the final inhabitants of an ancient Maya city were finished off by their enemies in a bloody battle at the top of one of their highest pyramids. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-ARQUEOLOGIA/
RTX7JIE 
July 01, 2008 
A general view shows the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archaeological site in the outskirts of... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A general view shows the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archaeological site in the outskirts of... 
A general view shows the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archaeological site in the outskirts of Mexico City February 2, 2008. Archaeologist Alejandro Sarabia from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) told Reuters during an interview on June 30, 2008 that it is planning to begin excavations in July in a cave located six meters (20 ft.) below the pyramid to get to know more about its ancient inhabitants. Picture taken February 2, 2008. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO) 
MEXICO-ARQUEOLOGIA/
RTX7JIC 
July 01, 2008 
A man looks at the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archaeological site in the outskirts of Mexico... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A man looks at the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archaeological site in the outskirts of Mexico... 
A man looks at the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archaeological site in the outskirts of Mexico City February 2, 2008. Archaeologist Alejandro Sarabia from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) told Reuters during an interview on June 30, 2008 that it is planning to begin excavations in July in a cave located six meters (20 ft.) below the pyramid to get to know more about its ancient inhabitants. Picture taken February 2, 2008. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO) 
MEXICO-EGYPT/
RTR1U7WQ 
September 24, 2007 
A visitor walks by the Teotihuacan culture Disk with a Skull at the temporary exhibition 'Isis and the... 
Monterrey, Mexico 
A visitor walks by the Teotihuacan culture Disk with a Skull at the temporary exhibition 'Isis and the... 
A visitor walks by the Teotihuacan culture Disk with a Skull at the temporary exhibition 'Isis and the feathered serpent' in Monterrey, September 21, 2007. Ancient Mexicans and Egyptians, who never met and lived centuries and thousands of miles apart, both worshiped feathered-serpent deities, built pyramids and developed a 365-day calendar, a new exhibition shows. Picture taken September 21, 2007. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO) 
FRANCE/
RTR1TYG2 
September 17, 2007 
L - R: Architects Thom Mayane from the U.S., Rem Koolhaas of the Netherlands, Christian de Portzamparc... 
Paris, France 
Architects attend the inauguration of the Architecture and Heritage Museum in Paris 
L - R: Architects Thom Mayane from the U.S., Rem Koolhaas of the Netherlands, Christian de Portzamparc and Jean Nouvel of France, Norman Foster of Britain and Zaha Hadid of Iraq listen to the speech of French President Nicolas Sarkozy (not pictured) during the inauguration of the Architecture and Heritage museum at the Palais de Chaillot in Paris September 17, 2007. REUTERS/Eric Feferberg/Pool (FRANCE) 
PORTUGAL-WONDERS/
RTR1RL7G 
July 08, 2007 
A man plays with his daughter next to the Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico's... 
YUCATAN, Mexico 
A man plays with his daughter next to the Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza 
A man plays with his daughter next to the Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula July 7, 2007. The Great Wall of China, Petra in Jordan and Brazil's statue of Christ the Redeemer have been chosen to be among the modern-day seven Wonders of the World, the organizers of the competition said on July 7, 2007. The other four are Peru's Machu Picchu, the mountain settlement that symbolises the Incan empire, Mexico's Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza, the Colosseum in Rome and the Taj Mahal in India. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz (MEXICO) 
PORTUGAL-WONDERS/
RTR1RL5N 
July 07, 2007 
Traditional dancers perform next to the Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico's... 
YUCATAN, Mexico 
Traditional dancers perform next to the Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico's... 
Traditional dancers perform next to the Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula July 7, 2007. The Great Wall of China, Petra in Jordan and Brazil's statue of Christ the Redeemer have been chosen to be among the modern-day seven Wonders of the World, the organizers of the competition said on July 7, 2007. The other four are Peru's Machu Picchu, the mountain settlement that symbolises the Incan empire, Mexico's Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza, the Colosseum in Rome and the Taj Mahal in India. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz (MEXICO) 
PORTUGAL-WONDERS/
RTR1RL3O 
July 07, 2007 
A view of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Cuzco in this November, 2003 file photo. The Great Wall... 
Cuzco, Peru 
File photo of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Cuzco 
A view of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Cuzco in this November, 2003 file photo. The Great Wall of China, Petra in Jordan and Brazil's statue of Christ the Redeemer have been chosen to be among the modern-day seven Wonders of the World, the organizers of the competition said on July 7, 2007. The other four are Peru's Machu Picchu, the mountain settlement that symbolises the Incan empire, Mexico's Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza, the Colosseum in Rome and the Taj Mahal in India. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares/Files (PERU) 
GUATEMALA-RELIGION/
RTR1PX66 
May 31, 2007 
Mayan women attend an evangelical church service in Almolonga, Guatemala in this May 20, 2007 file photo.... 
ALMOLONGA, Guatemala 
File photo of Mayan women attending an evangelical church service in Almolonga 
Mayan women attend an evangelical church service in Almolonga, Guatemala in this May 20, 2007 file photo. Small Protestant churches, especially evangelical groups that focus on spreading their faith to new converts, have been much quicker than the Catholic Church to move into the shanty towns that have sprung up on the edge of Latin American cities in recent decades. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair/Files (GUATEMALA) 
MEXICO-CHICHEN ITZA/
RTR1Q23B 
May 24, 2007 
The Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza stands on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula May 22,... 
Chichen Itza, Mexico 
The Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula 
The Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza stands on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula May 22, 2007. Archaeologists working at the Mayan site are worried that should Chichen Itza win a place as one of the new seven wonders of the world, the increase in the number of visitors it receives could damage its restored buildings. Photo taken May 22, 2007. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz (MEXICO) 
MEXICO-CHICHEN ITZA/
RTR1Q22Q 
May 24, 2007 
The Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza stands on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula May 22,... 
Chichen Itza, Mexico 
The Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza stands on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula 
The Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza stands on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula May 22, 2007. Archaeologists working at the Mayan site are worried that should Chichen Itza win a place as one of the new seven wonders of the world, the increase in the number of visitors it receives could damage its restored buildings. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz (MEXICO) 
MEXICO-EQUINOX/
RTR1NQTN 
March 21, 2007 
People watch the sunrise of the spring equinox at the Sun pyramid of Teotihuacan outside Mexico City... 
Teotihuacan, Mexico 
People watch the sunrise of the spring equinox at the Sun pyramid of Teotihuacan outside Mexico City 
People watch the sunrise of the spring equinox at the Sun pyramid of Teotihuacan outside Mexico City March 21, 2007. Hundreds of Mexicans and tourists gather at Teotihuacan every year to welcome spring equinox at the Pyramid of the Sun. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO) 
MEXICO-EQUINOX
RTR1NQRP 
March 21, 2007 
A hot air ball balloon floats past people watching the sunrise of the spring equinox at the Sun pyramids... 
Teotihuacan, Mexico 
A hot air ball balloon floats past people watching the sunrise of the spring equinox at the Sun pyramids... 
A hot air ball balloon floats past people watching the sunrise of the spring equinox at the Sun pyramids of Teotihuacan outside Mexico City, March 21, 2007. Hundreds of Mexicans and tourists gather at Teotihuacan every year to welcome spring equinox at the Pyramid of the Sun REUTERS/Henry Romero(MEXICO) 
MEXICO-EQUINOX
RTR1NQQL 
March 21, 2007 
People watch the sunrise of the spring equinox at the Sun pyramid of Teotihuacan (L), as the moon pyramid... 
Teotihuacan, Mexico 
People watch the sunrise of the spring equinox at the Sun pyramid of Teotihuacan (L), as the moon pyramid... 
People watch the sunrise of the spring equinox at the Sun pyramid of Teotihuacan (L), as the moon pyramid is seen (R), outside Mexico City, March 21, 2007. Hundreds of Mexicans and tourists gather at Teotihuacan every year to welcome spring equinox at the Pyramid of the Sun REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO) 
BUSH-LATINAMERICA/
RTR1NFNM 
March 13, 2007 
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) and Mexico's President Felipe Calderon tour the Nunnery Quadrangle... 
UXMAL, Mexico 
U.S. President George W. Bush and Mexico's President Calderon tour the Mayan ruins in Uxmal 
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) and Mexico's President Felipe Calderon tour the Nunnery Quadrangle during their tour of the Mayan ruins in Uxmal March 13, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Reed (MEXICO) 
NORTHAMERICA SUMMIT
RTR1BYV0 
March 30, 2006 
Mexican President Vicente Fox (L), U.S. President George Bush (C) and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen... 
Chichen Itza, Mexico 
Presidents Fox of Mexico and Bush of the US and Canadian Prime Minister Harper climb pyramid at Chichen... 
Mexican President Vicente Fox (L), U.S. President George Bush (C) and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper climb the Castle, or Kukulkan Pyramid, as they tour the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula March 30, 2006. The three leaders began their meetings in Cancun to discuss immigration, border security and trade with a visit to the Chichen Itza ruins. REUTERS/Chris Wattie 
HR
RTR5LCA 
March 20, 2005 
People are silhouetted against the morning sky as they watch the sunrise of the spring equinox at the... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
People are silhouetted against the morning sky as they watch the sunrise of the spring equinox at ...... 
People are silhouetted against the morning sky as they watch the sunrise of the spring equinox at the pyramids of Teotihuacan outside Mexico City. people are silhouetted against the morning sky as they watch the sunrise of the spring equinox at the pyramids of Teotihuacan, outside Mexico City, March 20, 2005. Hundreds of Mexicans and tourists gather at Teotihuacan every year to welcome spring equinox at the Pyramid of the Sun. . REUTERS/Henry Romero REUTERS 
MEXICO PYRAMIDS
RTRHA59 
September 02, 2004 
A file photo shows an aerial view of The Pyramid of the Moon at Mexico's Teotihuacan archeological ruins... 
Teotihuacan, Mexico 
Aerial view showing pyramid of the Moon at Mexico's Teotihuacan archeological ruins. 
A file photo shows an aerial view of The Pyramid of the Moon at Mexico's Teotihuacan archeological ruins in this photo taken September 2, 2004. A discovery of a tomb filled with decapitated bodies suggests that Mexico's Pyramid of the Moon may have been the site of terrifyingly gory sacrifices according to archeologists excavating the site. . REUTERS/Henry Romero/Files HR 
MEXICO PYRAMIDS
RTR9Y50 
September 02, 2004 
A aerial view of The Pyramid of the Moon at Mexico's Teotihuacan archeological ruins on September 2,... 
Teotihuacan, Mexico 
Aerial view showing pyramid of the Moon at Mexico's Teotihuacan archelogical ruins. 
A aerial view of The Pyramid of the Moon at Mexico's Teotihuacan archeological ruins on September 2, 2004. on September 2, 2004. In the shadow of colossal pyramids left by a great Mexican civilization, a Wal-Mart rises, and some locals have gone to court to overturn its approval. Local activists are fighting the warehouse style store, saying it threatens the ruins and will destroy local commerce and a way of life that dates back centuries. Picture taken September 2. REUTERS/Henry Romero/FEATURE/MEXICO-PYRAMIDS HR 
MEXICO
RTXLKP8 
October 11, 2002 
- PHOTO TAKEN 01SEP02 - A structure in the arqueological ruins at Dzibilnocac in the Yucatan is seen... 
DZIBILNOCAC, Mexico 
- PHOTO TAKEN 01SEP02 - A structure in the arqueological ruins at Dzibilnocac in the Yucatan is seen..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 01SEP02 - A structure in the arqueological ruins at Dzibilnocac in the Yucatan is seen in this September 1, 2002 photo. [Mexican Mayan farmer Diego Uc was arrested at put in prison for 9 months after using seemingly random rocks to build with on his land. Authorities prosecuted Diego Uc for violating a national monument, as the rocks he had used were in fact of this pre-Hispanic archaeological site, about a mile away from his home. Uc was never formally informed that he could not use the rocks, which were on his property for building and as a poor Mayan farmer, who speaks weak Spanish, was badly equiped to defend himself in court.] 
MEXICO
RTXHJBB 
May 05, 1997 
U.S. first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (L) speaks in front of a pyramid accompanied by Nilda Patricia... 
U.S. first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (L) speaks in front of a pyramid accompanied by Nilda Patrici..... 
U.S. first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (L) speaks in front of a pyramid accompanied by Nilda Patricia Zedillo, wife of Mexican President Ernesto-Zedillo, during a visit to the ancient Mayan ruins on the Yucatan Pennisula, May 5. The first lady leaves for Mexico City later in the day to join President-Clinton on a state visit to Mexico.
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
MEXICO
RTXHJBA 
May 05, 1997 
U.S. first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (L) poses in front of a pyramid accompanied by Nilda Patricia... 
U.S. first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (L) poses in front of a pyramid accompanied by Nilda Patricia..... 
U.S. first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (L) poses in front of a pyramid accompanied by Nilda Patricia Zedillo, wife of Mexican President Ernesto-Zedillo, during a visit to the ancient Mayan ruins on the Yucatan Pennisula, May 5. The first lady leaves for Mexico City later in the day to join President-Clinton on a state visit to Mexico.
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
MEXICO
RTXGVRT 
March 21, 1996 
Thousands of people look at the undulating serpent of light that appears on the north (left) side of... 
Thousands of people look at the undulating serpent of light that appears on the north (left) side of..... 
Thousands of people look at the undulating serpent of light that appears on the north (left) side of the Mayan pyramid El Castillo (The Castle), in Chichen Itza, in the southern state of Yucatan, March 21. The phenomenon marks the beginning of the equinox of spring and it represents the Mayan God Kukulkan (Feathered Serpent) descending to the earth 
Sort by 
Display 
Items per page 
Page 
of 1