It is known as the Palacio de Bellas Artes, it has a theater for performances. The main atraction could be it's Tiffany Glass curtain. But for me it were their Art Deco Interiors with all the pre-columbian motifs developed in the deco style. Usually the guides will tell you the building exterior is in the nouveau style movement, but quiet honestly is in the Beaux Arts Movement!
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