Mérida’s Plaza Grande hosts Yucatecan dance performances and a crafts market on Sundays. This folkloric dancer recently took part in a traditional vaquería (barn dance).

Photos: The Food, Art, and Mayan Culture of Mérida, Mexico

'The Food, Art, and Mayan Culture of Mérida, Mexico: Condé Nast Traveler' - Mérida’s Plaza Grande hosts Yucatecan dance performances & a crafts market on Sundays. This folkloric dancer recently took part in a traditional vaquería (barn dance).

Monalisa yucateca.

Monalisa yucateca.

Yucateca  girl piñata, mestiza yucateca piñata

Yucateca girl piñata, mestiza yucateca piñata

Merida, Mexico  The Jarana is the typical dance of Yucatan, with its origins in a blend of ancient indigenous, mestizo and Spanish dances. The typical costume of Yucatans mestizo women is known as the Terno. Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

This is in Merida, Mexico. The Jarana is the typical dance of Yucatan, with its origins in a blend of ancient indigenous, mestizo and Spanish dances. The typical costume of Yucatans mestizo women is known as the Terno.

University of Houston Digital Library: Luis Marquez Photographs: Mestiza Yucateca Mex

Mestiza Yucateca Mex, Woman in dress pulling a vase, by Luis Marquez, Mexico.

Bella Mestiza Yucateca

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