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Cuidad de Mexico, part 5. Assorted museums.

There are lots of museums in Mexico City. It is named one of top 10 cities by the number of museums in the world. Some museums are bigger, some definitely are on the smaller side and some are also absolutely free (sidenote: many museums are free on Sunday for residents and citizens, and some even for travelers as well). Today I want to invite you on a very assorted museum run with me. Here some (four to be exact) museums of Mexico City we managed to visit during our trip. By the way, all of them are free to visit.
1 Palacio de Cultura citibanamex. As far as I remember the exposition changes from time to time but the palace stays the same and looks spectacular. We saw a very modern and curious exposition of one of the biggest archtechs of Mexico city.

2 Museo Archivo de Fotografia. The photography museum. My personal favorite, we have spent tons of time here. I had such a plast. Definitely a must visit for people who are into the photography.

3 Colegio San Idelfonso. Mural, murals, murals. Both original murals on the walls are breataking and spectacular, explaining the spirit of Mexico and it's capital in the fullest; and the modern new artists who follow the same spirit in a modern manera.

4 UNAM Palacio de la escuela de medicina. Museo de la medicina. Medical museum. Very curious points onvarious conditions, lots and lots of information on embrios, skin conditions and facial reconstruction. I am not a medic but it was very curious. Surely the palace is a breathtaking beauty by itself.

I was wearing:
Etro bag
Cuidado con el Perro top, shoes and cap
Levi's jeans


Have a nice day,

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  1. Interesting Post, the first Photo looks cute

  2. I love museums. Excited to head to Mexico soon! Thanks for sharing.

    1. really? I hope you will love it here. Feel free to ask me anything

  3. It's amazing that there are so many museums to explore...and even better that it is possible to visit for free at certain times! Your pictures are amazing. So glad you were able to see lots of wonderful pieces.
    the creation of beauty is art.

    1. while some museums are free at certain times these four are free always. There are way free all the time museums in Mexico city, that each 3d is actually.

  4. Amazing article! I love visiting museums and Mexico seems like a great place to be. Hope to visit soon and also visit the museums in Mexico.

  5. Ohh wowo...I love to explore museums too whenever I'm traveling to a new destination. That's really nice to read your museum story here. The 1st photo with the beautiful bird exhibit artwork so pretty. Cheers SiennyLovesDrawing

    1. the bird is alebrije: traditional spiritual for of art which represents spirits. There are many of them here and there pretty much all over the country, everybody fancy them a lot. Especially for colors, so bright and happy

  6. I didn't imagine tht there was so many interesting museums at Ciudad de Mexico!
    Another great tip about this city: I love to visit museums!

  7. I would love to visit Mexico some day!
    I heard that Mexico city is gorgeous.
    I didn't know there were so many museums there.
    I would love to see the photography exhibition.
    I really like photography.
    It seems you and your husband had a really nice time.

  8. Wow I didn't know Mexico was in the top ten for museums. It could give NY and Paris a run for their money. The museums you visited looked wonderful. Would love to visit a museum on archtechs and the exterior of that one museum is stunning!

    Allie of

    1. oh yes, most of the museums in Mexico City repurpose old buildings so it's very true visiting some of them (especially the free museums) just to explore the interior)

  9. that would be more than enough reason to visit!! loved all the museums you have visited and pictured..

  10. It's awesome you are able to visit and enjoy so many different kinds of museums! Such a good way to learn more :)

    Thanks for joining the Weekday Wear Link up :)

  11. I absolutely love museums and whenever I travel, they are one of the first places I visit to know more about the area and history


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