Museo de la Ciudad de México
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In 1940 muralist José Clemente Orozco painted four panels around the second level of the Supreme Court's central stairway, two dealing...
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Museo de la Ciudad de México information
Formerly a palace of the Counts of Santiago de Calimaya, this 18th-century baroque edifice now houses a museum with exhibits focusing on city history and culture. Upstairs is the former studio of Joaquín Clausell, considered Mexico’s foremost impressionist. The artist used the walls as a sketchbook during the three decades he worked here until his death in 1935.