Palacio de Bellas Artes

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Travel back in time to the 20th Century as you visit the Mexico Palace Of Fine Arts, here you will see a mix of Neoclassical and Art Nouveau architecture on the outside with Art Deco on the inside. The imposing center for the arts has been home to concerts from world-renowned singers & philharmonic orchestras, plus it’s also home to the Ballet Folklorico of Mexico. If given a chance to see a performance here, you should not miss it. This tourist attraction took over 30 years to build, from 1904 to 1934, as political instability and the sinking of Mexico City’s soil affected the construction process. But those 30 years were worth it, and now you can see the splendor of the theater, museums, and art galleries that the center holds in its interiors. It is within these walls that you will find murals by famous Mexican muralists Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, and Rufino Tamayo, among others. If time is of the essence and you cannot go inside, do not pass up on the opportunity of seeing the exterior of the Palace, the work of Adamo Boari and Federico Mariscal will awe you

City: Mexico City

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