Architecture

Mexico City architecture is among the most dynamic in the world. We've developed sections on:

See also our section on Artists and Architects. Many worked in both fields. And the Section on Historic Sites and Buildings seems to go on forever.

The Postal Palace: Palacio de Correos de México

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Santisima Trinidad Temple: Temple of the Most Holy Trinity

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Temple of Saint Augustine and Old National Library

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Porta Coeli Church

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Church of San Bernardo

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Santa Teresa la Antigua / Ex Teresa Arte Actual

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La Profesa: Temple of San Felipe Neri & Pinacoteca

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Sacred Family Church in Roma Norte

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Church Hospital de Jesus Nazareno

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Temple of Santo Domingo

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Palace of the Counts of Heras-Soto

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Museo Foro Valparaíso, Palace of the Counts of San Mateo de Valparaíso

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San Carlos National Museum in the Palace of the Count of Buenavista

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La Casa de los Azulejos

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Museum of the City of Mexico: Count of Santiago Calimaya Palace

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Casa de los Mascarones

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Divina Providencia, Del Valle

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San José de Gracia

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The National Art Museum – MUNAL

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