Museo Posada, Aguascalientes
(4.1/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Museum although small has a large number of works that take you through the history of Mexico from the mid 19TH century and early 20TH, as Posada lived it and reflected in his engravings. Very good price.
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  • I personally think the engraving of the skull garbancera as the centerpiece of the Museum but to stroll through the aisles you iras giving an idea on the day to day of life in the early 20TH century Mexico. Though it is very small museum offers a very pleasant evening between prints and walls of the extinct parish annex to the Temple of the Lord of the oak. We encourage you to visit it and make your own engraving of skulls.
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  • This museum was one of the visits that I didn't want to miss in Aguascalientes. Guadalupe Posada is the creator of the "skulls literary", of critical social and political. Then Diego Rivera is based on them and creates a "the Catrina". It is a very interesting Museum to visit. You can see, through the exposed publications, history and social criticism of the time. I stayed there several hours reading. It is also located in the District of Triana, a very nice area of the city, facing the garden and next to the Temple of the oak, which is also worth a visit.
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