Archaeology Webinar: Pre-Hispanic History of San Miguel de Allende and Surrounding Areas

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Part two was held June 8th at 5pm. Contact us if you weren’t able to attend or have suggestions for upcoming presentations!

Did you know? San Miguel is famous for more than its agreeable climate, luxury accommodations and fine dining?

Once thought to be on the fringes or even outside of the cultural realm of Mesoamerica, San Miguel de Allende, in the state of Guanajuato and the surrounding areas are now considered an integral part of this region. Join us for a special webinar on one of the hottest topics!

Archaeologist and acclaimed tour guide Albert Coffee unveils recent revelations and discoveries on the prehispanic history of San Miguel de Allende and the surrounding areas. Tune in to learn about the history, art, architecture, cosmovisión, religion and burial practices of ancient Mesoamerica and the cultures that once occupied this unique region of central Mexico.

Presented by: Albert Coffee

Albert Coffee is an archaeologist and federally licensed tour guide who has participated in excavation and ethnographical studies in the areas near and around San Miguel de Allende. His passion is sharing what he has learned through tours that he gives to the Cañada de la Virgen archaeological site and other sites in the state of Guanajuato and throughout Mexico. To date, he has taken over 20,000 guests on a journey through time at the Cañada de la Virgen.

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The famous Cañada de la Virgen, located just outside San Miguel de Allende

Register for the two part zoom webinar:

Part One: Thursday, May 28th 5-6:30pm CST / Mexico City, register here
Part Two: Monday, June 8th 5-6:30pm CST / Mexico City, register here
*Part two was postponed from June 4th to June 8th

Proceeds for this two-part webinar series go to:

  • Support additional historical research
  • Rescue of legends and wisdom of the elders of the nearby rural, indigenous communities
  • Provide aid to transport and support staff who have been out of work due to the Covid 19 contingency

A suggested $10 donation for each part is welcomed, though participants are asked to donate what they feel the presentation is worth. That can be made here via PayPal.

Special thanks to Language Adventure Pros for co-hosting this presentation.