Palacio de Gobierno
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Museo Casa Natal de Morelos
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Palacio de Justicia
Across from the Museo Regional Michoacano is the Palacio de Justicia, built between 1682 and 1695 to serve as the city hall. Its facade...
Café del Teatro
Inside the Teatro Ocampo, this is an elegant 1st-floor cafe with a jazzy soundtrack and pictures of theatre and cinema greats adorning...
Packed from breakfast to the wee hours, this is easily the most popular sidewalk cafe beneath the arches across from the cathedral. It...
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Palacio de Gobierno information
The 17th-century palace, originally a seminary and now state government offices, has a simple baroque facade and impressive historical murals inside. The murals were commissioned in 1961, painted by Alfredo Zalce and are worth a peek.