Cosmovitral Jardin Botanico, Toluca

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Brush up on your botany in an attractive Art Nouveau structure at Cosmovitral Jardin Botanico. Erected in 1910, the building housed a popular market until 1975. The spacious glass and concrete structure was converted into a botanical garden in 1980, and features colorful art by Leopoldo Flores. View over 500 local and international plant species, and marvel at the large stained glass windows and murals. Look for the "Sun Man" glass mural, a symbol of Toluca: depicting a man in harmony with nature, it aligns with the sun on the spring equinox. A visit to Cosmovitral Jardin Botanico represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Toluca trip builder to plot your vacation.
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  • I went with my family, we were going of step and we decided to make a stop so my daughter to meet him. the murals, fish ponds and all types of plants and flowers charm you. It has areas themes of the desert, as well as from Japan. the stained-glass windows are huge and are great.
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  • Although you do not see anything else in Toluca, the trip from the cdmx is worthwhile. The stained glass windows are a great work of art and gardens are very well kept. I wish I was as well the rest of the city.
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  • The Stained glass work is beautiful, and the flowers and plants are cared-for and well organized. I went there on a warm day, so it was kinda hot inside, but it is a kind of greenhouse, so that was to...  more »