Corner of Calle 62 and 67 Historical

Corner of Calle 62 and 67 Historical (HM1XJQ)

Location: Mérida, Yucatán 97000 Merida
Country: Mexico

N 20° 57.824', W 89° 37.499'

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Calle 62 esquina con 67En Yucatán, el movimiento liberal independentista tiene sus raíces a inicios del siglo XIX con un movimiento llamado Sanjuanista, encabezado por el cura Vicente María Velázquez, capellán de la iglesia de San Juan Bautista, situada en el centro del barrio del mismo nombre y muy próximo a esta ubicación. Aquel movimiento y agrupación se llamó originalmente Asociación de San Juan y con este título religioso, abrazó la presencia tanto de religiosos como seglares, quienes compartiesen inquietudes sobre las necesarias transformaciones sociales para alcanzar una sociedad con mejores condiciones, sobre todo para los indígenas mayas, quienes vivían con grandes injusticias. El cura Velázquez pedía también que los propios indígenas eligieran a sus gobernantes y se les devolvieran sus tierras incautadas.Entre otras acciones que el grupo desarrolló, según investigadores del historiador Juan Francisco Peón Ancona, estuvo la fundación de un "Seminario disidente" al que llamaron "La casa de estudios" situado precisamente en esta esquina, en el antiguo número 33 de la entonces calle "de Bolio". Posteriormente, Don Manuel Zapata Bolio, quien fuera el propietario de la famosa tienda de abarrotes "Las dos caras" situada en la calle 65 con 58, adquirió esta
vivienda en los años 40 del siglo XIX. Desde entonces fue habitada por su familia y su descendencia hasta el siglo XX. English:Corner of Calle 62 and 67In Yucatan, the liberal pro-independence movement had its roots at the beginning of the 19th century with a movement called Sanjuanista, headed by priest Vicente María Velázquez, chaplain of the church of San Juan Bautista. This group was originally called the Association of San Juan and embraced the presence of priests as well as laymen who shared concerns about the social transformations necessary to achieve a society which could live under better conditions. Among others actions that the group developed, according to research by historian Juan Francisco Péon Ancona, was the foundation of a "dissident Seminary" which they called "The house of studies" situated exactly on this corner, at number 33 of the street which at the time was called "de Bolio". Maya-Yucateco:Calle 62 esquina con 67Tu lu'umil Yucatane' anchaj junmúuch' wñiiniko'ob tu k'aaba'atajo'ob movimiento liberal independentista káaj tu káajal u ja'abilo'ob siglo XX, jo'olpóopinta'ab tumen yum k'iin Vicente María Velazquez, u yum k'iinil u najil K'uj San Juan Bautista. Le múuch'a' tu k'aaba'atajo'ob yáax Asociación de San Juan, ttu táakbesajubáajo'ob máaxo'ob jk'iino'ob bey
ma'a jk'iino'ob utia'al u much'ukubáajo'ob u tukult bix je'el u k'exiko'ob u kuxtal wíinik utia'al u kuxtal tu beele'. Ku ya'alik ajxaak'al ju'uno'ob Juan Francisco Peón Anconae' tu káajsajo'ob seminario disidente tu ts'áajo'ob u k'aaba' "casa de estudios" yaan ka'ach te ti'its yéetel u xookil 33 ku ya'alal u bejil "Bolio" ti' ka'achij.
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HM NumberHM1XJQ
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Date Added Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 at 9:01am PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16Q E 227051 N 2320372
Decimal Degrees20.96373333, -89.62498333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 20° 57.824', W 89° 37.499'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds20° 57' 49.44" N, 89° 37' 29.94" W
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Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling North
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 530-534 Calle 62, Mérida Yucatán 97000, MX
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