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Museo Casa de Carranza

Calle Rio Lerma 35, Mexico City 06500, Mexico
52 5 5352920
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Stumbled upon small, but interesting museum.

This was the last home of President Carranza, who was a significant figure of Mexican revolution... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2014
JJRuchotzke
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The preserved home of Venustiano Carranza, who helped to draft the Mexican Constitution in 1917.
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25 Sep 2014
“Stumbled upon small, but interesting museum.”
8 Aug 2017
“Un momento con la historia de México”
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Calle Rio Lerma 35, Mexico City 06500, Mexico
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Reviewed 26 September 2014 via mobile

This was the last home of President Carranza, who was a significant figure of Mexican revolution. The house is well preserved, and contains many of his personal effects. Museum also contained exposition on little-known 1914 American incursion at Vera Cruz. Great old photos, and we...More

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