Palacio de Gobierno del Estado de Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala

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  • What a surprise in a municipal building! You’ve got the entire history of Mexico to peruse skillfully painted in this interesting structure. I especially liked picking out historical personages in.....  more »
  • On the Zocalo is a large building that does not advertise the fabulous murals inside, so go to the door fifty ft from right end to go in, and walls-look up and then go up the stairs. These are really....  more »
  • The beautiful murals in the Government Palace, which portray the history of the area, are definitely a must-see when visiting Tlaxacla.  more »
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  • Deserved to be in great shape and look forward to be in
  • A large building with incredible murals about the history of Tlaxcala, related to the conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards and other things. Murals and codices and other interesting things make up it. I liked the best and good place to meet when they go to tlaxcala.
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  • Desiderio Xochitiotzin the muralist, has embodied in the work of his life the history of the town, joined by a beautiful construction, highly recommended to visit.
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  • Detailed murals with a focus on the history of Mexico, free visit, has guides if you like explanations, the conference room is nice in a colonial style, some antique furniture, if you visit Tlaxcala is a place to see.
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  • Excellent pictorial story of Tlaxcala through time and its contribution to the history of Mexico. Summit work by muralist Desiderio Hernandez Xochitiotzin.
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