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The exhibition "Mayas, The Enigma of Lost Cities", brings together an important collection of objets from La Ruta Maya Foundation, the National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology of Guatemala (MUNAE), and the Dr. Juan Antonio Valdés Museum

Sofia Paredes February 12, 2017 0 Comments

The Cancuén Panel, under the custody of the La Ruta Maya Foundation (Cultural Property Registration No., currently exhibited at the Exhibition "MAYA: Das Rätsel der Königsstädte" at the Historisches Museum der Pfalz in Speyer (Germany), was

Sofia Paredes February 11, 2017 0 Comments

La Ruta Maya Foundation participated with a booth at the ExpoTattoo 2016, invited by the organizers of the Convention, announcing the exhibition "The Human Figure and Body Decoration in Pre-Columbian Times", which openned to the public at

La Ruta Maya Foundation started February 2017 with an activity organized by TRIGG County High School in Cadiz, Kentucky, United States, as part of the PBL (Project Based Learning) of the Foreign Language Class. Teacher Mrs. Maureen

Polychrome stucco sculpture of a character wearing a jaguar skin mask and a short skirt resembling the jaguar pelt, now on view in the exhibition "MAYA: Das Rätsel der Königsstädte" (Ruta Maya Foundation, Guatemala Register of Cultural Property No.

A selection of 89 works of art, in the custody of La Ruta Maya Foundation, is currently on show at the Drents Museum in Assen, Netherlands, as part of the great international exhibition "MAYA, RULERS OF THE

La Ruta Maya Foundation held a series of conferences as part of the exhibition MAYA WATER WORLD at the Training Center of the Spanish Cooperation in Antigua Guatemala, last October 30, 2015. The event hosted a variety

La Ruta Maya Foundation participates with the CULTURE section in PUBLIRUTA Magazine as a way to reach more people with information about the Foundation and interesting topics that feature the Pre-Columbian collection in our custody. You can

Sofia Paredes February 25, 2015 0 Comments

Mr. Fernando Paiz, President of the La Ruta Maya Conservation Foundation, was invited by National Geographic Society to participate in the forum entitled "Cultural Heroes: Saving the Past", as part of NatGeo videos. This activity was held

Sofia Paredes February 25, 2015 0 Comments

On February 1, 2015 the Getty Research Institute organized a screening of the documentary film "Dance with the Maize God" and a discussion with a select panel of experts in the field, including Sofia Paredes Maury, Executive Director