The Valedores visited the National Museum of Anthropology.

The Valedores visited the National Museum of Anthropology.


We took a tour of the National Museum of Anthropology to continue with our drawing workshop with the guys, aimed at the upcoming exhibition that will take place in November.

The National Museum of Anthropology is one of the most prominent museums in Mexico City and ranks among the most important museums in the world in its category. It was inaugurated in 1964 and is located in the Chapultepec area in Mexico City.

The museum houses an impressive collection of art and artifacts related to the culture and history of Mexico’s indigenous peoples, from pre-Hispanic civilizations to contemporary ones. The exhibition halls are organized around different cultures and historical periods, showcasing a wide range of objects, from monumental sculptures and jewelry to household utensils and tools.

Among the most notable collections at the National Museum of Anthropology are the halls dedicated to the Aztecs, Mayas, Olmecs, Zapotecs, Mixtecs, and many other indigenous cultures. It also houses the famous “Piedra del Sol,” a gigantic circular sculpture that was used as a calendar by the Aztecs.

The tour was great!

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