The Town Hall used to be part of the Convento de los Remedios next door. Its patio used to be the cloisters of the convent. In 1835 the churches were taken over by the central government and part of this church was made into the City Hall. We talked to the guard and he showed us the patio and the upstairs. He then introduced us to the Mayor of the city, who was very simpatico. We were able to take photos of the main salon where they hold council meetings. This salon has beautiful paintings and sculptures.
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