I cannot recommend the National Palace with the Diego Rivera murals highly enough. They are fantastic. He painted them between 1929 - 1935, and they basically depict the history of Mexico from Aztec or pre Aztec times, through to the Spanish conquest and thereafter. They are colourful, interesting, intricate and incredibly well preserved. The paintings are on the walls of the corridors of the National Palace and the setting just adds to their grandeur. And don't miss the lovely garden at the back of the palace which is pretty, peaceful and had what appeared to be at least a dozen resident cats lazing about in the sun! Highly recommended.
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