Museo Popol Vuh
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Museo de Historia Natural
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Museo Popol Vuh information
Lonely Planet review
Behind Museo Ixchel, here you'll find well-displayed pre-Hispanic figurines, incense burners and burial urns, plus carved wooden masks and traditional textiles, filling several rooms. Other rooms hold colonial paintings and gilded wood and silver artifacts. A faithful copy of the Dresden Codex , one of the precious 'painted books' of the Maya, is among the most interesting pieces.
Also here is a colorful display of animals in Maya art.