A member of Maseual Siuat Xochitajkitinij grinds corn by hand to make tortillas. She uses a traditional mano and metate.

Yohualichan, Puebla: A small town, but a mighty force in Cultural Conservation

Yohualichan is one of those places that, if you blink, you might miss it. Situated toward the end of a meandering cobbled road in the midst of the Sierra Norte Mountains of Puebla, the entrance to the town’s road and archaeological site is marked by a single blue sign around a curve in a one-lane […]

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