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Palacio de Bellas Artes - Museum Mexico City - Mexico

This must be one of the most attractive buildings in the whole of Mexico with its white marble façade and orange and yellow tiled roof. It is home to a large collection of art as well as concert halls for both local and visiting performers. Viewing the outside and the ground floor inside is free, but if you are interested in art, and particularly murals, it is worth dishing out the cash to get up to the second floor where Diego Rivera's famous “El Hombre, Controlador del Universo” is on display along with Jose Clemente Orozco’s stark but eye-catching “Catharsis.”

Location:
Ave Juárez y Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas
Mexico City, Mexico

Museum, Historical Building, Culture

Price Description: Entry 35 Pesos.

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07 Dec 2006




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