"Los Peones" Historical

"Los Peones" Historical (HM1WTA)

Location: Mérida, Yucatán 97000 Merida
Country: Mexico

N 20° 57.993', W 89° 37.463'

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Los Peones
En el edificio ubicado al noroeste de este inmueble, se encuentra la esquina llamada "Los Peones" o "La panificadora" sobre la cual dice Gonzalo Cámara Zavala en su relación de calles de Mérida, que lleva este nombre por el apellido "Peón", que tuvieron varias familias, todas emparentadas, que fueron propietarias de predios sobre la calle 63 y 62, cerca de esta esquina. A su vez, en la Historia Gráfica de Mérida, Yucatán, de Adonay Cetina, se lee que esta esquina correspondía a una casa "que fue panadería y antes café con curioso kiosco en la terraza del techo" y al respecto, apunta Francisco D. Montejo Baquiero que fue a principios del siglo XX cuando comenzó a funcionar aquí la Panificadora Yucateca, Panadería y Café de Antonio Morales. Hoy el sitio continúa desarrollando esta actividad comercial.En esta misma manzana, en el número 508 de la calle 63, se encuentra la casa donde nació el 12 de enero de 1843 el escritor José Peón Contreras, notable poeta, novelista y dramaturgo yucateco. Una placa colocada en 1907 (año de su fallecimiento) en la portada de a casona conmemora este hecho particular. Maya-Yucateco:
"Los Peones"
Tu tséel le kúuchila', te' tu tojil lak'ino, ti' bin yaan le ti'its
k'aj óola'an bey "Los Peones" wa "La Panificadora". Ku bisik bin le k'aaba'a' tu yóok'olal u pachk'aaba'il le "Peón" jyanchaj ti' ya'abkach láak'tsililo'ob ku paaklan bisikubajo'ob, ba'ale' tu tia'alintajo'ob jejeláas táak'entáak' kúuchil'ob tu yóok'ol u bejil 63 yéete 62, naats' ti' le ti'itsa'. Ti' bin jyanchaj jump'éel café yéetel jump'éel u kúuchil tu'ux ku ko'onol ch'ujuk waaj t yáax ja'abilo'ob siglo XXi'. Láayli' xan te' wóolkabil kúuchil jyanchaj u yotoch José Peón Contreraso', juntúul jach k'aj óola'an ajts'íib way lu'umile'.English:
"The Peons"
Next to this building, eastwardly, is the corner called "The Bakery" or "Los Peones", after the surname, Peon, carried by several families, all related, who were owners of connecting pieces of land on streets 63 and 62, near this corner. There was a café here and a bakery at the beginning of the 20th century. The house where the illustrious Yucatecan author José Peón Contreras was born was also on this same block.
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Date Added Monday, February 6th, 2017 at 1:01pm PST -08:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16Q E 227118 N 2320682
Decimal Degrees20.96655000, -89.62438333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 20° 57.993', W 89° 37.463'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds20° 57' 59.58" N, 89° 37' 27.78" W
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Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling East
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 508 Calle 63, Mérida Yucatán 97000, MX
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