This is the headquarters of the State government (Morelia is the capital or the state of Michoacan, so the governor works here). On the lower right corner of the picture you can also see a Tourist information booth, a little tram car that tours the downtown area and a tiny police car that also patrols the area and can aid tourists should they need it. Located on Madero avenue, across the street from the Cathedral.
Capital of Michoacan.
This city located 300 kms from Mexico City, and is the Capital of the State of Michoacan. It´s a city of almost 650,000 inhabitants, and is famous for it´s Colonial heritage, mostly located in the Downtown. A beautiful city with more than 1,000 colonial buildings like the Cathedral, Convents like the San Agustin, Santa Catarina, San Francisco and La Merced, and temples like La Compañia de Jesus.
The city is the birthplace of Jose Maria Morelos who began the fight for the independence from Spain in 1810.
"Palacio de Gobierno."
It was declared World Heritage Site in 1991.