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Museo de Antropología

Museo de Antropología
  • Historic City Centre

The Paseo de la Reforma goes from downtown to the city's great lung: the Bosque de Chapultepec. There we find the vault that safeguards the origins of the complex framework that is today the country of Mexico: the National Museum of Anthropology. The building was designed by Pedro Ramírez Vázquez and was opened in 1964. It's divided into 23 themed halls: one dedicated to the first nomad tribes, another to Olmeca culture... There are also halls dedicated to the Mayans, Zapotecas, Toltecas, Teotihuacans and Mexicas, or Aztecs. Source: www.visitmexico.com