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Construction of the new Consulate was completed and is a more secure and functional facility some three blocks from the previous site.
In December of 2001, the lease expired on the property and a temporary extension was signed while an extensive search process for a new location was undertaken.
Consulate was probably in response to annunci di donne in fuerteventura the Mexican governments decree, opening the ports of Sisal and Campeche to duty-free import and export.TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites.According to State Department records, the first consul to Merida, Charles Thompson., was confirmed on March 3, 1843.The Consulate was later moved to downtown Merida not far from the cathedral.The Consulate remained in Progreso for 37 years.
The Consul and Vice Consul originally lived in homes located on the Consulate compound.
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In 1897, Consulate Merida was closed and the functions of the office were moved to Progreso.Thompson, the renowned archaeologist and explorer of the Mayan ruins at Chichén Itzá.The new office building opened for business on November 06, 2006 and is located at Calle.The Consulate was moved back to Merida on February 1, 1934.Thompson was appointed consul by President Cleveland with the understanding that he would be given time away from his Consular duties to explore the Yucatans many ruins.The opening of.S.Records at the National Archives in Washington.C.The building was located near the Parque del Centenario.From 18, ten consuls were appointed to represent the United States interests in the Yucatan.A consular agent was also maintained in Sisal, a busy port town that attracted many.S.Government since 1959 leased the previous Consulate building, on Paseo de Montejo at Avenida Colon.Next Funeral Homes in Merida Consular District.Today, Sisal is a sleepy fishing village with a little more than 1,000 people.TripAdvisor LLC is not a booking agent and does not charge any service fees to users of our site.