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Exhibit of photos of Mexican Revolution circa 1910-1915 is astounding

Temporary exhibit, ends 17 Feb., on second floor. Not advertised around town. Go if interested in... read more

Reviewed 8 January 2017
j0npetrie
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Vancouver, Canada
Well-worth visiting

Oh so many beautiful buildings to visit in Morelia’s historical center! The stunning Cardenas... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2016
AlexFamily
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Vancouver, Canada
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Built as the Town Hall in the sixteenth century. A lovely French-style facade was added in 1885.
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7 Jan 2017
“Exhibit of photos of Mexican Revolution circa 1910-1915 is astounding”
14 Jun 2016
“Well-worth visiting”
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Morelia, Mexico
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Reviewed 8 January 2017

Temporary exhibit, ends 17 Feb., on second floor. Not advertised around town. Go if interested in black and white photography and/ or Mexican history ...

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Reviewed 14 June 2016

Oh so many beautiful buildings to visit in Morelia’s historical center! The stunning Cardenas mural on the grand stairway is reminiscent of the Orozco in Guadaljara’s Palace. Also, we really enjoyed the current display of photos of urban Mexico of the early Twentieth Century. Staff...More

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Reviewed 5 March 2014

There are so many grand buildings in the centro historico of Morelia. This one is just off the large plaza next to the cathedral. It was originally the city hall but must have been converted into some kind of Justice building later on. Today might...More

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Reviewed 10 June 2013

from a student of Diego Rivera - 2 stories!! stupendous in scale and bold colors. It is breathtaking as an image of the revolutionary zeal.

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Reviewed 10 April 2013

Morelia is full of wonderful buildings. The Palace of Justice is another fine example of fine architecture.

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Reviewed 14 October 2012

Interesting architectural and historical building in the centre of the old quarter. Inside are paintings of Jose Maria Morelos depicting his struggles during the war of Independence.

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Reviewed 22 April 2012

I recommend swing by and taking a picture of it. It is brand new and very nice for Mexican standerds.

Thank Dougzihua
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