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Museo Anahuacalli

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Diego
Diego
December 16, 2019
Es uno de los lugares más auténticos de la ciudad. No te lo pierdas. Toma muchas fotos
Karen
Karen
January 15, 2020
If you like Diego Rivera, then this place might be for you!
Natalia
Natalia
June 2, 2020
Designed by artist Diego Rivera, this museum is an interpretation of an aztec pyramid turned into a 1950's modern studio. It exhibits Diego Rivera's personal collection of prehispanic vestiges and large scale sketches for the mural originally designed for Rockefeller Center but destroyed and later…
Carlos
Carlos
February 2, 2020
Amazing museum for those who loves pre columbian art and those who are fans of Diego Rivera. Until recently this museum was available with the same ticket as Frida Khalo’s museum.
Mariana
Mariana
February 9, 2020
Temple, museum that used to be Diego Rivera's studio.
Carmen
Carmen
March 4, 2020
Away from the beaten path but only 15 taxi drive, a museum build by Diego Rivera, in the form of a piramid with the influence of the 30's nationalistic monumental style, houses a beautiful prehispanic collection and Rivera's mural sketches, there are temporary exhibits of contemporary artists that…

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地点
150 Museo
Distrito Federal Mexico City,邮编04620
手机号01 55 5617 3797