The Saint Lucia Neighborhood Historical

The Saint Lucia Neighborhood Historical (HM1XCX)

Location: Mérida, Yucatán 97000 Merida
Country: Mexico

N 20° 58.263', W 89° 37.345'

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Barrio de Santa LucíaDestinado originalmente para albergar a los esclavos negros al servicio de los españoles, el templo que dio nombre a este barrio se construye en 1575 por el encomendero D. Pedro García, destinando el terreno aledaño para el cementerio de los españoles. En 1804 el Gobernador Benito Pérez de Valdelomar manda a conformar la plaza de Santa Lucía, aunque los corredores con arcos se concluyen hasta 1873. Destinado como espacio público desde 1871 por el Gobernador Manuel Cirerol, se puede considerar que es el tercer parque más antiguo de Mérida. En 1887 se instala el obelisco al Gral. Sebastián Molas, y desde 1965 es escenario de las tradionales noches de la Serenata Yucateca.English:Neighborhood Saint LucíaOriginally built to lodge black slaves at the service of the
Spaniards, the temple that gave name to this neighborhood was built in 1575 by a landlord named D. Pedro Garcia, who reserved the bordering land for the cemetery of the Spanish. In 1804, the Governor Benito Perez de Valdelomar ordered the construction of the Santa Lucia square, although
the corridors with arches were concluded until 1875. Designated as a public space since 1871 by the Governor Manuel Cirerol, it can be labeled as the third oldest park in Merida. The monument to Gral. Sebastian Molas
was established
in 1887, and since 1965 it has been the stage for the traditional nights of Yucatecan Serenade.Maya-Yucateco:
Barrio ti Santa Lucía
Le k'uj naj ba'ax yo'olal dza'ab u k'aba' le barrioa' yáax beetea'an ti'al u kajtal box máako'ob palitzilta'ano'ob tumeen le kastláan máako'obo', beeta'ab tumeen Pedro Garcia, ba'ale' p'ata'ab ti'al u beeta'al u kúuchil muksaj tu ja'abil 1575. Tu ja'abil 1804 le jala'ach Pedro Valdelomar o' tu túuktaj beetmil u kiiwikil Santa Lucía, kex wáa le yáanal beeta'an u arrcoilo'ob dzo'okesa'ab u beeta'al tu ja'abil 1873. Tu jala'achil Manuel Cirerol tu ja'abil 1871 ti'al u meyaj ti' tuláakal wiinike', je'el u páajtal u ya'ala'al leti' le u dzok oxp'éel u jach úuchbenil ti' u noj kaajil Jo'. Tu ja'abil 1887 ka dza'ab le obelisco ti' General Sebastián molas, ma túun tu ja'abil 1965 dzo'ok u suut u kúuchil ti'al u beeta'al serenata ti'al áak'ab.
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HM NumberHM1XCX
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Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Monday, March 20th, 2017 at 5:02pm PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16Q E 227331 N 2321178
Decimal Degrees20.97105000, -89.62241667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 20° 58.263', W 89° 37.345'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds20° 58' 15.78" N, 89° 37' 20.7" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling South
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 469-479 Calle 60, Mérida Yucatán 97000, MX
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