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Museo de la Policía Preventiva de la Ciudad de México

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It is located in a building in the Porfirian era, created by architect Federico Mariscal, which was originally intended to be a police station; however, the place housed a fire station and even a court.

In 1991 it opened as a museum, in order to explain police work to the public and sensitize them about it by explaining its history, values, dress and many angles from which you can view this noble work.

Restoration and cleaning work was carried out from April 2006, so you can see a Ford dating from early last century, a Harley Davidson, uniforms from different countries and even trophies and medals. It also has a temporary exhibition hall that usually shows never before seen things or aspects, such as serial murderers, among other things.

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Mexico City

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