Museo de Arte Popular
Yerel halktan 62 kişi öneriyor ·
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Un magnífico escaparate de nuestras raíces, tradiciones y habilidades artísticas, para el conocimiento y disfrute de las actuales y futuras generaciones.
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It is my favorite museum around, many of the indigenous art of the country in one place!
This is not a well-known museum, but I love it. It's a great way to see authentic Mexican arts and crafts from every region. It would be great to visit this te first day of your stay.
Museum of Popular Art, showcasing the handcrafts and cultural richness of the different artisan regions in Mexico.
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“If you are downtown, check out if there is an exhibition. Sometimes this museum surprise me!”
- Yerel halktan 40 kişi öneriyor
“De los museos actuales, quizás el de mejor museografía. Duro por los temas que trata, tanto extranjeros como nacionales: Guerras, Persecuciones, Matanzas, Intolerancia Racial. Lo recomiendo bastante. One of the best modern museums, hard because of its content: Wars, Crime, Homophobia Human Rights. Great museography. Fun to watch the boys and girls doing choreographies in the mirror windows of the building next door. No idea why they do it! All the buildings that used to be in this area were destroyed by the earthquake of 1985...by the way.”
- Yerel halktan 39 kişi öneriyor
“It is located in Centro Historico, with art produced between the late 16th century and mid-20th century and features pieces by Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Jose Clemente Orozco.”
- Yerel halktan 86 kişi öneriyor
“If you want to buy mexican arts and crafts souvenirs from all around the country this is the place.”
- Yerel halktan 173 kişi öneriyor
“The Casa de los Azulejos "House of Tiles" is an 18th-century palace in Mexico City, built by the Count del Valle de Orizaba. The building is distinguished by its facade, which is covered on three sides by blue and white tile (TALAVERA POBLANA) of Puebla. The palace remained in private hands until near the end of the 19th century. It changed hands several times before being bought by the Sanborns brothers .”
- Yerel halktan 43 kişi öneriyor