The Maya Region and the Route of the Churches

The Maya Region and the Route of the Churches (HM2GUV)

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N 18° 29.829', W 88° 17.806'

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 Zona MayaRuta de las IglesiasFelipe Carillo Puerto: por su ubicación céntrica, entre la Riviera Maya y la Grand Costa Maya, es un
punto estratégico de partida para recorrer el municipio y el estado, cuenta con más del 90% de la reserva de la Biosfera Sian Ka'an, con dos de los 4 accesos a esta, alberga 3 de los 4 centros ceremoniales mayas existentes conservando su y tradiciones milenarias, ofreciendo historia, cultura y todos los servicios que el visitante requiere para una estadía inolvidable.José María Morelos: El territorio que ocupa el poblado de José María Morelos estuvo habitado desde antes de la llegada de
los españoles por indígenas mayas asentado en el cacicazgo de Cochua. Su población actual se remonta a un campamento, en donde las primeras personas que se establecieron provenían de otros estados de México con el propósito de explotar el chicle y la madera.Rutas de las Iglesias: Conformado por las localidades de Tepich, Tihosuco, Xcabil y Saban, guarda la historia de la guerra de castas y la cultura Maya Viva.A la zona Maya desde Chetumal, Quintana Roo. Para llegar a la zona



Maya desde la ciudad de Chetumal por la carretera federal 186 donde finalmente retomará la carretera federal 307 con rumbo a la ciudad de Felipe Carrillo Puerto recorriendo 155 Km a 1 hora 30 minutos.English translation:The Maya Region and the Route of the Churches Felipe Carillo Puerto: Due to its central location between the Mayan Riviera and the Grand Costa Maya, it is a strategic point of departure to tour the municipality and the state. It includes more than 90% of the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, with two of its four access points and it also houses three of the four existing Mayan ceremonial centers, thereby conserving its millenial traditions, offering history, culture and all the services that a visitor requires for an unforgettable stay. José María Morelos: The territory occupied by the town of José María Morelos was inhabited before the arrival of Spaniards by indigenous Maya settled in the Cochua chiefdom. Its current population dates back to a camp, where the first people who settled there came from other states of Mexico with the purpose of exploiting chewing gum and wood. Route of the Churches: This route is made up of the localities of Tepich, Tihosuco, Xcabil and Saban, and includes much of the history of the Caste War and the present-day Maya culture. To get to the Maya Region from Chetumal,



Quintana Roo: To get to the Maya Region from the city of Chetumal take Federal Highway 186 until it connects with Federal Highway 307 in the direction of the city of Felipe Carrillo Puerto. Total travel distance is 155 km or 1 hour and 30 minutes.
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Date Added Friday, May 17th, 2019 at 8:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)16Q E 363101 N 2045681
Decimal Degrees18.49715000, -88.29676667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 18° 29.829', W 88° 17.806'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds18° 29' 49.74" N, 88° 17' 48.36" W
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