Tabasco

ARCHEOLOGICAL SITES The state of Tabasco contains several traces of ceremonial and civic centers belonging to a handful of pre-Hispanic cultures which inhabited the region throughout its history : La Venta, major ceremonial compound of the Olmecas during the highest period of splendor of this culture, the art of which displays strong references to the jaguar; Comalcalco and Pomona, containing Maya remains dated as contemporary with those major compounds of Palenque and Yaxhilan located in other areas of Mesoamerica; and the site of Malpasito, legacy of the Zoque tribe which inhabited the area in the period 400-250 of our time, with an altar from which it is still possible to admire the grandeur of the place. ADVENTURE IN THE SIERRA Route For those with an adventurous spirit and hoping for a closer co ... Read more >>



The year 800 B.C. witnessed the highest point in the development of the pre-Classical civilization of the Olme ...
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One of the traditions deeply rooted in the culture of the state of Tabasco is that of having seven meals a day ...
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Some of the natural wonders to be found along this route include : the Cocona and the Canicas caves, just the ...
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Tabasco has a fundamental vocation towards agriculture. The geographic conditions of the state's territories p ...
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Located in the entrance by land to the Yucatan peninsula, the state of Tabasco borders the Gulf of Mexico to t ...
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Tabasco is part of the Gulf of Mexico basin, a State full of history and beautiful traditions. The economic ...
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Andres Rafael Granier Melo was born at Villahermosa, Tabasco in 1948. He has a degree on Chemical Parasite Bi ...
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According to the last population census run across Mexico in the year 2005,Tabasco reports a little less than ...
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Main oil Fields
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PEMEX, It's Numbers and Finances
Petroleos Mexicanos, a parastatal company present in several states in Mexico, is dedicated to the proper exploration, exploitation, Read More>>


The British Petroleum (BP) and the Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico
April 20, 2010, was the beginning of what could be one of the biggest ecological disasters in history. There was an explosion on the Read More>>


Centla Swamps
One of the most important ecosystems in our country is, beyond a doubt, the Tabasco wetlands known as ‘Centla Swamps’, a marshy region inhabited by Olmeca and Mayan cultures around 1,000 A.D. Read More>>


Water Problems in Mexico
Ninety million Mexicans, despite having the infrastructure to receive drinkable water, need to use domestic purifying systems or buy it bottled because urban distribution networks do not function properly, thus polluting the vital liquid before reaching the final consumer. Read More>>


Isthmus of Tehuantepec
The Isthmus of Tehuantepec is the shortest route to cross the country between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Its name originated from the city of Santo Domingo Tehuantepec, in the State of Oaxaca, of Nahuatl origin, it means “jaguar hill”. Read More>>


The Mayan Sculptures
The Ancient Mayas were one of the most important pre-Columbian Mesoamerican cultures, their scientific and artistic legacy is one of Read More>>


Camping Sites, The Best in Mexico
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