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Unique and unusual Museo Nacional de la Muerte features exhibits related to Mexico’s favorite subject- death. Check out its 1200 artifacts covering eras of Mesoamerican to modern artistic interpretations. Don’t forget to see a mini crystal skull from Aztec times, one of the only two skulls in the world.
Sporting red and pink stones on its exteriors, the Palacio de Gobierno is the most popular colonial structure in Aguascalientes. The murals of courtyard display Mexico’s colored flags and other important events of the city.
Formerly a family home, Museo Regional de Historia displays exhibits related to Mexican past spanning from the big bang to the Revolution. You can also check out temporary exhibitions.
Lying next to the Posada Museum, the Templo del Encino houses a black statue of Jesus. Some people believe that the size of the statue is growing slowly. Don’t forget to see the massive Way of the Cross murals.
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