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Mural Diego Rivera

Calle Inalambrica s/n | A un costado del Hotel Casablanca, Acapulco 39390, Mexico
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Acapulco Sightseeing City Tour with Optional Lunch
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Historical Tour of Acapulco with Visit to the Municipal Market
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Created in 1956 and located on the side of a house, this mural is one of the city's most important cultural artifacts.
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  • Very good28%
  • Average13%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible1%
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“his life” (3 reviews)
“unique art” (2 reviews)
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Calle Inalambrica s/n | A un costado del Hotel Casablanca, Acapulco 39390, Mexico
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Reviewed January 29, 2016

I really enjoyed visiting this site especially since I just saw on TV the movie Frieda for the second time. It is such an interesting story about Diego Rivera the painter and his wife Frieda The murals are very colorful. Very different from the usual...More

Thank Donna K
Reviewed January 14, 2016 via mobile

The tiled murals are gorgeous. If you have a tour or a taxi it is worth it to drive by to see. Next year the house is supposed to be remodeled and converted to a museum. Would definitely be something to go back to see

Thank ChixRule
Reviewed January 10, 2016

Rivera is most surely Mexico's most famous painter. His works are a lesson in history of the Mexicain people. He had a summer house in Acapulco which he decorated with his works. The house was abandoned for a few years but the last governor of...More

Thank Robert K
Reviewed January 7, 2016

I love a history story so to think this is the house Deigo Rivera went to stay after his fights with Frida, cool

Thank JenniferMateo
Reviewed December 18, 2015

Very surprising to find just along one of the little roads. It is very beautiful but you really should either read up about it first or go with a guide who knows the story. (eg. Sebastian with "Acapulco for All"

Thank AEToots
Reviewed December 10, 2015

If you are doing a tour with Sebastian from Acapulco for All like we did, you will get to see this mural and hear why it was created. It's a fun story and was a neat little part of our tour.

Thank JimLew
Reviewed November 27, 2015

I would not have have found this without the help of a knowledgeable tour guide. Sebastian Hernanez not only took us there, but gave us details we would have missed.

Thank Clarence W H
Reviewed November 19, 2015

We were not aware of Diego Rivera's (and Dolores Olmedo's) connection to Acapulco until we saw this bas-relief work while on a city tour of Acapulco. Not a typical Diego Rivera piece, but it (and the story behind it, his relationship with Olmedo, and the...More

Thank OaklandScorpio
Reviewed November 12, 2015

Let you guide tell you the love story behind the mural and the choices of the mural characters. It is a good story.

Thank leighla
Reviewed November 11, 2015

Worth the drive to see this piece of the past . The area is not longer the best and is under construction so I would advise using a tour guide .

Thank Dennis F
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