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On September 19, 2017, a powerful earthquake rocked the region and damaged the building's clock, which has since been removed. At the time of writing the Palacio was to remain closed to the public for at least a year, for damage assessment and...more
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Calle Francisco Leyva 100, Cuernavaca 62040, Mexico
Was hoping it would be open by now 04/2018 but unfortunately it was still under construction due to the earthquake and remain closed. I think if it was open I would’ve enjoy the experience and history. Still looking forward to revisit it one day.
Have visited the Palace before but was looking forward to seeing it again after many years. Unfortunately, the recent earthquake damaged the building and it was being repaired during my stay in Cuernavaca,
Unfortunately closed due to the earthquake damage however the surroundings were pretty fun! There are tons of vendors that sell everything from jewelry to food items and silver. There’s a large plaza area where you can take lots of photos eat street food like corn,...More
Due to structural damage from the September 19th 2017 earthquake the site is closed to the public. INAH and México’s Federal engineers are working on accessing damage to make building and grounds accessible to the public.