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The Pre-Columbian collection under the custody of La Ruta Maya Foundation has been recently consecrated dyring two solemn ceremonies performed by the Aj'qij'ab of Chimaltenango and Sololá, respectively. The first one of this year was held on

Antigua Guatemala. --- Exhibition open to the public at the Training Center of the Spanish Cooperation (Centro de Formación de la Cooperación Española/ Antiguo Colegio de la Compañía de Jesús in 7th avenue North between 3rd and

Victoria, Canada- "The Great Jaguar Rises", a remarkable exhibition highlighting Maya civilization past and present, makes its global debut at the Royal BC Museum, the first venue in the world to host this exhibition from May 17

Fourteen (14) objects under the custody of La Ruta Maya Foundation are part of the travelling exhibition "Maya, The Great Jaguar Rises" ("Mayas, el Ascenso del Gran Jaguar"), at thel Royal BC Museum in Victoria, Canada. Highlights

Sofia Paredes September 23, 2018 0 Comments

This exhibition presents the collection -in the custody of La Ruta Maya Foundation- that was shown in the traveling exhibition "Mayas: Rulers of the Rainforest", which included three museums in the same number of European countries: The

Sofia Paredes September 23, 2018 0 Comments

La Ruta Maya Foundation, with the support of the Hotel Museum Casa Santo Domingo and the Provincial Archaeological Museum of Alicante (MARQ), presents the collection of Pre-Columbian works that were ambassadors of Guatemala in the largest exhibition

Sofia Paredes September 20, 2018 0 Comments

Since very early times, Pre-Columbian artists explored the human figure. They observed movements, postures and features that were later expressed in sculpture and ceramic pictorial art. Another way of representation stood out throughout the Mesoamerican region: ceramic

Sofia Paredes September 20, 2018 0 Comments

It is not so easy to print a human face on any object, especially when it comes to sculpting  clay, not only to give shape to figurines but to countless examples of ceramic vessels that were given

Since its inauguration in August 2017, the Hyatt Centric Guatemala Hotel has set out to disseminate the country's cultural and natural heritage, sharing with the visitor photographs, handicrafts, contemporary art by recognized artists and Maya Pre-Columbian art.

The MARQ Alicante Archaeological Museum was awarded the first EMPORIA 2017 National Prize for the best museum design for a non-itinerant temporary exhibition: "MAYAS: The Enigma of Lost Cities", in which the collection in custody of La