One of the historic buildings surrounding the Plaza Grande. Graceful, colonial architecture covers a street-level arcade with shops - the icecream shop is definitely worth a visit! An imposing entrance archway leads into the central courtyard, and blocks off the noise of the plaza. Lots of rooms with period furnishings are worth seeing, but the best part is the series of murals depicting the history of the region. They emphasize the duality of the Mexican relationship with the colonial power - the Spanish were cruel and intolerant colonisers, but still defined the style and language used today.
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