The Diega Rivera Museum, which displays 100 works of the famed muralist who was born in the city, and the Museum of the Mummies, where those whoose taste runs toward Ripley's Belive it or Not can inspect 119 bodies that have been mummified by a peculiar mineral composition found in the soil.
The Rivera studio holds some of the artist's personal effects and mementos, sketches for the murals and smaller works.
The two artist lived here from 1934 until 1940 - you will see the studios and living places of both of them.
Not very big but for fans and very nice place to visit.
Here you see another fresco made by Diego Riviero. This panel is named the Tarasks, this was the name that the Spanish gave to the Purepechas, and this painting shows their skills.
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