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Museo Nacional de Arte (MUNAL) Review

The collections of the National Art Museum, which include more than 800 pieces that fill a neoclassical building (designed by Italian architect Silvio Contri), span nearly every school of Mexican art, with a concentration on work produced between 1810 and 1950. On display are Diego Rivera's portrait of Adolfo Best Maugard, José María Velasco's Vista del Valle de México desde el Cerro de Santa Isabel (View of the Valley of Mexico from the Hill of Santa Isabel), and Ramón Cano Manilla's El Globo (The Balloon). Temporary exhibits are also extremely well planned and presented.

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