Exposiciones para niños en el Museo Nacional de las Culturas Populares, Mexico City
Avenida Hidalgo, 289, Mexico City 04100
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This museum is distinguished by its openness to the expression of the various ethnical groups in the country. Fortunately for ... More
Exposiciones para niños en el Museo Nacional de las Culturas Populares
This museum is distinguished by its openness to the expression of the various ethnical groups in the country. Fortunately for very young audiences, the same openness is given to children's art. Thus, kids can appreciate drawings, paintings, sculptures or other works of art made by kids. An additional attraction, and the most important in this case, is that the young artists belong to various ethnical groups, such as purepechas, mixe, totziles and Mayan descendants. This art constitutes a cultural window through which you can appreciate the traditions, beliefs, values and daily life outside the big cities. Admission is free.
The 17th century Templo de San Diego and Convento de Santa María de los Angeles, founded in the sixteenth century,
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The General Archives of Mexico, famous for being the most important in the continent, holds the largest number of historical
documents and the oldest texts (dating back to the 13th century). It is now also possible to access the ...
Formerly known as the Plaza de la Concepción, this attractive little plaza is well worth a visit. At one corner
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