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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
Not really worth a visit at current time. Small temporary exhibit of archaeological finds only. Can't really appreciate the exterior of the palace either as lots of scaffolding. No date available for reopening.
The reconstruction will take more than a year to complete. Unfortunately the Diego Rivera mural is within the reconstruction area and so is unavailable. In the meantime there is a small temporary museum set up within the walls that will feature a series of presentations....More
Built in in 1526 it is considered as the oldest colonial civil structure in the whole Americas. It is a Gothic Mudejar fortified building which reminded me of the architecture of western Spain and eastern Portugal. Right in front of it the weekly market was...More
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.