Around Mexico City Sights

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Barrio del Artista

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Watch painters and sculptors at work in the galleries in this neighborhood, amid bronze monuments to poblano authors and poets. Farther...

Calle de los Dulces

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Puebla is famous for all kinds of homemade goodies. Calle de Santa Clara, also known as Sweets Street, is lined with shops selling a...

Callejón de los Sapos

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Alley of the Toads" cuts diagonally behind the cathedral. The attached square has a bustling weekend antiques market with all sorts of...


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Construction on the cathedral began between 1536 and 1539. Work was completed by Puebla's most famous son, Bishop Juan de Palafox y Mendoza...

Centro Cultural Santa Rosa

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The former convent houses a museum of crafts from the state's seven regions. The museum also contains the intricately tiled kitchen where...

Mercado de Artesanías El Parián

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This market is the place for kitschy versions of such tourist souvenirs as toy guitars and colorful sombreros. Feel free to haggle. For...

Museo Amparo

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Home to the private collection of pre-Columbian and colonial-era art of Mexican banker and philanthropist Manuel Espinoza Yglesias, Museo...

Museo Nacional de los Ferrocarriles

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Occupying a train station inaugurated by President Juárez in 1869, the National Railway Museum extends a nostalgic treat. Period engines...

Museo de Arte Religioso de Santa Mónica

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This former convent (sometimes called Ex-Convento de Santa Mónica) opened in 1688 as a spiritual refuge for women whose husbands were...

Museo-Taller Erasto Cortés

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Named for Erasto Cortés Juárez, the city's most important 20th-century artist, this museum displays his vibrant engravings and portraits.