Hacienda Tankuche mid-nineteenth century was a farm devoted principally to the exploitation of logwood, but at the end of this century and the rise of henequen changed his swing to the industry that had become the base of the economy of the whole the peninsula.

Peon family, owners of this estate were well reduced their ownership of more than 2,000 hectares in the aftermath of the Mexican Revolution.

In 1972 what remained of the estate was expropriated by the state government, its machines scraper sisal dácada continued to function until the 80’s.

It is located 32 kilometers from the township of Calkiní.

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