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Cuidad de Mexico, part 3. Museo Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo is a grand figure in both Mexico and the world. It is even more to me. Her story, her life, her trauma has been a lot of inspiration to me in both positive and negative (relationship) side. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say her back trauma helped me a lot to get over my own back trauma. I have always had a soft for Frida and her art in my heart. During the pandemic days, when we were in the lockdown, I remember watching the online tour to the museum of Frida Kahlo, to her house. I thouhgt it is a fun way to spend time and by no means is not a spoiler to me. I thought I would never have a chance to visit it myself. Mexico City has been so far off. And look at me now! Casually taking a weekend getaway and strolling into that museum. Yay me, new improved! I am so happy and so excited to have this fantastic experience in my life. I can not be happier to share it with you.
the house.

Some art

And her fantastic clothes!

Bonus: me and my outfit

I was wearing:
Levi's jeans
Monki top
c/o IGlassesshop glasses
Cuidado con el Perro shoes


Have a nice day,

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  1. Oh how wonderful to travel to Mexico and even better to get to visit this wonderful museum. I went to exhibit in Paris of her clothing. It was wonderful. And she had hard life such soul crushing health problems. So sad.

    Allie of

  2. Wow - what an awesome museum & so cool to see the clothes. I love museums, this is awesome!

  3. Wow, the photos are so good.. I love museums so I must say i thoroughly enjoyed.

  4. All the photos are amazing. It looks like an amazing museum to gifts.

  5. I've learn much more from your tour to museum of Frida Kahlo in fact I got to know Frida Kahlofor the 1st time. Thanks for sharing this. I'm loving to explore museums too, just like my recent trip to Kuching Sarawak, I've visited to some good museums too by sharing lots of local history, heritage, art & cultures. Cheers SiennyLovesDrawing

    1. I always enjoy your museum posts as well. It is such a lovely exchange between cultures! I am glad you know got a chance to get to know Frida Kahlo and her art. She definitely is one of the brightest feminist figures in the history of Mexico and the whole Latin America

  6. I really like the feel of this place, look very nice and so much to preserve for future. Local knowledge can be shared with the tourists with such ease, through these museums. Thank you for sharing.

  7. Yes, she had such an interesting and also traumatic life but such artful bits as well so I can see the inspiration. Seems like you are enjoying yourself very much there. xo

  8. I like your outfit and you got great photos of the museum! It's so nice you were able to visit and enjoy your time there after dreaming about it for so long! :)

    Thank you for joining the Weekday Wear Link up!

  9. Thanks for sharing this. It is a great post.


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