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Palace of Cortés

The Cuauhnáhuac Regional Museum (Palacio de Cortés) in Cuernavaca

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Palace of Cortés

The Palace of Cortés is the oldest building that is preserved in Mexico, its history dates back more than 450 years since the conquest of Cortés in 1521, which he ordered to be built to be used as a family residence. Currently inside there is a museum, composed of 19 rooms, the most interesting are the Marquesado Valley of Oaxaca, Commerce with the East, Religious Art and the nineteenth century to the Porfiriato.

On the terrace of the second level of the Palacio de Cortes, it is possible to appreciate two murals that Diego Rivera made in 1930, in which he captured scenes from the history of the state. It is a place that you cannot miss, apart from the importance of its pieces, its architecture is unique.


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