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History Come Alive

This beautiful factory still produces yarn that can be easily dyed. Though most of the original... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2018
kehoedds
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Merida
Beautiful and Old

We had a Bible convention here and were able to enjoy the grounds for the day. It's an old fabric... read more

Reviewed 1 November 2016
SpikerFamily
,
Uruapan, Mexico
via mobile
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6 Mar 2018
“History Come Alive”
27 Aug 2018
“Visita a un lugar interesante e histórico. An interesting and historical place to visit.”
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Reviewed 27 August 2018

Interesante lugar que te remonta a otra época en la histopria de Uruapan. Tiene una pequeña sección donde se pueden comprar productos de buena calidad. An interesting place which takes you back to a different time in Uruapan's history. The place has a small section...More

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Reviewed 6 March 2018

This beautiful factory still produces yarn that can be easily dyed. Though most of the original machines are still, you can imagine hundreds of workers bustling around the lower level in days past. Upstairs was a marvelous exhibit by sculptor Javier Marín. The owner told...More

Thank kehoedds
Reviewed 1 November 2016

We had a Bible convention here and were able to enjoy the grounds for the day. It's an old fabric factory with a museum and a small shop. Some parts of the building still have adobe walls. I loved it.

1  Thank SpikerFamily
Reviewed 4 May 2016 via mobile

The 1897 factory building itself is worth seeing even if you are not interested into textiles. It is like time stood still. Very little of the 1906 machinery is in use but it is still in place. The emphisis is on hand spun yarn, hand...More

1  Thank Tampaed
Reviewed 8 January 2016

A really innovative place for fabrics a cloth goods, along with a great selection of handicrafts in a fabulous reconsrtucted XIX century building

1  Thank Chincual
Reviewed 8 March 2015

A fascinating, fascinating look at history from various vantage points -- industrial heritage, enlightened economic development, creative entrepreneurship over generations, etc. etc. This is a venerable textile factory, wisely sited on a river and with machinery built to take advantage of water power, rescued and...More

3  Thank Lucinda M
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