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Museo Centro Cultural Isidro Fabela

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Lovely place

We visited this place as part of our visit to Bazar El Sabado. Lovely building and make sure you go... read more

Reviewed 17 June 2018
FennyGrochocki
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Houston, Texas
Very fine museum for people who like history

The mansion was the home of Isidro Falabela, an outstanding Mexican diplomat, humanist and... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2018
las3botas
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Bern, Switzerland
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This recently re-opened museum, located in a beautiful 17th-century mansion, has a collection of both historic and contemporary artwork.
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Plaza San Jacinto, 15, Mexico City 01090, Mexico
San Ángel
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Reviewed 17 June 2018

We visited this place as part of our visit to Bazar El Sabado. Lovely building and make sure you go to the top to see the areal view and there's a history written between relationship between the Irish army and Mexican army in this building...More

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Reviewed 14 March 2018

The mansion was the home of Isidro Falabela, an outstanding Mexican diplomat, humanist and internationalist who helped many persecuted from Europe to find shelter in Mexico during WWII. Less known is that he was the promoter of the protest of Mexico before the League of...More

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Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

Took metro and walked up Avenida de La Paz. It was well worth to see parks, fountains and many neighborhood fairs. We visited on a Saturday. This is the only reason , in my opinion, to visit, as I felt the Ciudadela fair ( Mercado...More

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Reviewed 8 September 2016

If you are already in San Angel for the fabulous market, you MUST stop by Museo Casa del Risco! It is FREE, open Tues-Sun 10-5 pm, and will only take you 30 minutes of so to see the entire museum. No water allowed inside. The...More

Thank Janet M
Reviewed 8 February 2016 via mobile

It's easy to walk past this free exhibition, but it's worth the time to search out the yellow house tucked behind street stalls - plus it's free. The soaring courtyard fountain of Mother of Pearl is stunning, but it's well worth the walk to the...More

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Reviewed 28 January 2016 via mobile

A beautiful and big colonial house just in the center of "San Angel town" with permanent expositions about classic European style and religious items.

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Reviewed 25 June 2015 via mobile

In San Angel, next to the Saturday Bazar (Bazaar del Sábado). Free entrance. Also known as Museo Casa del Risco. There is an impressive large fountain made of pieces of ceramic worth seeing. There is also a museum in what used to be a house.

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Reviewed 4 October 2014

The artwork and details of these museum made it worth it. The museum is free of charge, a big plus! You entered the courtyard to a beautiful ceramic fountain of this historic home. Then you enter rooms of mondern artwork to marvelous old century religious...More

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San Ángel is known for its artistic vibe and elegant
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families used to live and that have now been turned
into beautiful galleries, cafés and restaurants. An
array of cultural and artistic activities are
organized in the neighborhood, but it is on Saturdays
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