• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Mexico | Authorities seem helpless as illegal mansion built immediately adjacent to Tulum NP

In six months, a luxurious home was built next to the wall that protects the Tulum National Park (PNT), which is classified as a Natural Protected Area. This classification prohibits any construction within 664.32 hectares since 1981.

Another presidential decree issued on December 8, 1993, declare the site as the Tulum-Tankah archeological area an increases the ban on constructions within 692 hectares.

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