Since I have lived in Xalapa for the last 42 years, I remember what the Anthropology Museum was like about 25 years ago. The display rooms where similar to the metal grain silos of western Kansas where I grew up. The lighting was terrible, just everything was terrible. But today's museum rivals of the worlds best in content and museography. Do not miss the opportunity of at least a 3 or 4 hour visit to see part of the incredible artifacts presented in this outstanding architectural masterpiece. I have literally been to the museum dozens of times, and each time I go I encounter something "new" and different.
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